A slumbering giant?
- Men show their power at sending women to sleep. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/8/2006, Issue 2733, p12
The article reports on a survey by British budget hotel chain Travelodge on sleep deprivation. Travelodge has found that 45 percent of respondents suffer from sleep deprivation and snooze during meetings and that 32 percent needed a catnap to get them through the day. One surprising finding is...
- NIGHTMARE FROM DOWNING STREET... Berry, Mike // Personnel Today;10/20/2009, p13
The article reports on the study "Sleep and Professions," in which it was found that teachers, civil servants, doctors and nurses are suffering from sleep deprivation due to job insecurity and stress caused thereof. The study was conducted of 6,000 workers in Great Britain by budget hotel chain...
- Nurses in top ten of sleep deprived. // Nursing Standard;4/26/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 33, p11
This article reports that a customer survey by hotel chain Travelodge found that nurses and physicians are in the top ten list of occupations that suffer sleep deprivation. Six hours and 18 minutes per night is the average for nurses. Physicians survive on an average of five hours and 36 minutes...
- How tired is tired? Metzgar, Carl R. // Pit & Quarry;Dec2000, Vol. 93 Issue 6, p22
Elaborates the effect of sleep deprivation on employee performance. Comparison to the effect of alcohol; Reference to a study published in `Occupational & Environmental Medicine.'
- Builders kept awake at night. // Contract Journal;7/9/2008, Vol. 444 Issue 6683, p26
The article provides the results gathered by the Travelodge study of sleep deprivation conducted in England. The study concentrates on 4,000 workers across the country, and who are worried about the credit crunch. It reveals that these workers are the fourth-most tired profession because they...
- SLEEP DEPRIVATION... // Personnel Today;7/8/2008, p3
The article reports that getting stressed about the effects of the credit crunch is leaving workers short on sleep, according to a poll. Three in four of the 4000 people surveyed by Travelodge Hotel Inc. said they were getting less than eight hours' sleep per night. The top reason given for...
- Rise and Sigh. Overman, Stephenie // HR Magazine;May99, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p68
Focuses on employees who suffer from sleep derivation in the United States. Related studies and results; Comments from Ed Coburn of Circadian Technologies Incorporated; Effects of sleep deprivation on work quality; Personnel management strategies to address the problem.
- Travelodge splits sales and marketing chief roles. Croft, Martin // Marketing Week;6/20/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 25, p7
Outlines the changes in the management staff of the sales and marketing departments of Travelodge Hotel in Great Britain. Selection of Peter Halsey as marketing director; Position occupied by Stuart Honey; Separation of the company from the Forte Hotel Group.
- Sleep Deprivation in the Workplace. Simmons, Kathy // Contract Management;Feb2004, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p22
Highlights the negative effects of sleep deprivation in the workplace on job performance and employee competence. Characteristics of sleep-deprived workers; Crankiness of employees; Effects on career development; Importance of letting employees take a nap in the office; Implications for...