Mumbai: Almost a third of professionals in India say they sacrifice sleep to fit in personal and work commitments by waking up early or by burning the proverbial midnight oil, a survey said.The survey, conducted by Regus, a multinational providing flexible working hours, said that in India 31 percent of working people sacrifice sleep to fit in work and personal commitments, while 22 percent feel they have to over-compensate for time taken off for personal matters.It said that globally 29 percent of professionals sleep less than they wish to, to fit all their commitments."Although flexible working hours is highlighted to reduce commuting, creating more hours in the day for sleep or family life and improving productivity and staff retention, only 60 percent of firms are rewarding management for encouraging the creation of a flexible workforce," the survey said.
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