Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only CEO that promotes people to sleep at work,” insisting the policy boosts productivity and company morale. READ MORE: Power naps are ideal, but experts say don’t sleep more than 90 minutes…

Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only CEO that promotes people to sleep at work,” insisting the policy boosts productivity and company morale. READ MORE: Power naps are ideal, but experts say don’t sleep more than 90 minutes…

Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only CEO that promotes people to sleep at work,” insisting the policy boosts productivity and company morale. READ MORE: Power naps are ideal, but experts say don’t sleep more than 90 minutes…

Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only CEO that promotes people to sleep at work,” insisting the policy boosts productivity and company morale. READ MORE: Power naps are ideal, but experts say don’t sleep more than 90 minutes…

Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only CEO that promotes people to sleep at work,” insisting the policy boosts productivity and company morale. READ MORE: Power naps are ideal, but experts say don’t sleep more than 90 minutes…

Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only CEO that promotes people to sleep at work,” insisting the policy boosts productivity and company morale. READ MORE: Power naps are ideal, but experts say don’t sleep more than 90 minutes…
Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only CEO that promotes people to sleep at work,” insisting the policy boosts productivity and company morale. READ MORE: Power naps are ideal, but experts say don’t sleep more than 90 minutes…
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