Employees like being challenged at work – but so stressed out that they start losing sleep and eating poorly? That’s a bit too much.

According to a new infographic from employee assistance program LifeWorks, about a quarter of employees say their job is bad for their sleeping and eating habits. Forty-four percent of employees say thinking about work keeps them up at night.

If your organization isn’t taking steps to support employee well-being, now is that time to start. Not only is it the right thing to do from a human decency standpoint, but it’s also good for business. Healthy employees miss fewer workdays and earn your company more money through increased productivity.

If you want to help your employees live healthier lives, start with LifeWork’s infographic:


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