Harvard researcher Sara Mednick has discovered that taking naps while on the job could be a competitive advantage.
In a story reported by Tony Schwartz in the Harvard Business Review, Mednick discovered that workers who took a 30-min. nap routinely outperformed those who did not.
Nappers not only displayed more physical and cognitive prowess, but also demonstrated superior emotional resilliancy.
One would be hard-pressed to find a better description of a more productive workforce.