‘Work smarter, not harder’ is a mantra many of us have adopted in order to get through a particularly stressful working week. However, it seems as if the hours spent outside of our offices have a greater impact on our overall job satisfaction than those wiled away at our desks – and sleep is the key. 

Recent report Workplace Wellbeing found that the better quality of sleep we enjoy, the greater our sense of job satisfaction. After surveying 1,000 employees, the research highlighted that poor sleepers are more likely to search for a new role compared to their well-rested colleagues – 54% vs 45%.