".... Even at the beginning of shifts when workers were fresh, only 42.6% were in hygiene compliance."
Talk about shocking results ? Seriously, this was a very interesting topic. It was fascinating to learn of the connection between rest and ethical thought . It makes sense when one really considers the question but still a point of insight to many.
This issue of rest and sleep unfortunately is not entirely the fault of companies - many people work endlessly and do not get enough rest.
But to the issue of taking breaks during the day - I am a firm practitioner of this - though companies act like they support breaks, I am not sure they really do.
But it does not matter to me, I will and people should take care of themselves first. Because that company will replace you anyway when you die as a result of the stress that caused a heart attack .- due in some part to your lack of rest.
Rest recuperates and restores - one is just asking for it if you don't listen to the signals.