This morning I read a very interesting article about what is really costing businesses thousands.
Jessica Stanic wrote that Australia businesses spend more than 20 hours per week on average looking for lost documents, a new survey has found.
Rocheen Flaher wrote Sleep deprivation is costing the Australian economy billions every year in lost productivity according to a new sleep study. An alarming 30 percent of employees said they have called in sick after having a bad night’s sleep, a statistics which could be costing employers millions of dollars each year in lost productivity.
Hangovers cost $5.6 billion every year and last year the humble ‘smoko’ cost Australian businesses over $3.5 billion, according to a recent survey.
If you live in capital city expect to sit in peak hour travel for an average of 200 hours per year.
Dr Donald Wemore has some very interesting facts and figures. 9 out of 10 people daydream in meetings and 1 hour of planning will save 10 hours of doing.