The Deloitte consultancy group’s Fisher, Hogan, and Fields recently published some fascinating pointers on how organizations and businesses can become sleep-friendly, or what they call a sleep-first-then-work culture. Most workplaces have extended their operations globally, and workers are consistently finding themselves working late nights or early mornings – cutting into their sleep schedules. Among the pointers handed out by Fisher, Hogan, and Fields was discouraging or disabling after-hours emails, meetings, and work hours. Another pointer was to provide educational programs on sleep. One last one was for the company or organization to create programs that incentivize sleep. Read more about how Sleep First, Then Work culture operates.