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Killgore, W.D., Richards, J.M., Killgore, D.B., Kamimori, G.H. and Balkin, T.J. (2007) The Trait of Introversion- Extraversion Predicts Vulnerability to Sleep Deprivation. Journal of Sleep Research, 16, 354-363.

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  • TITLE: A Review of Researches on Sleepiness at Workplace

    AUTHORS: Xiang Jiao, Maolin Ye

    KEYWORDS: Sleepiness at Workplace, Job Performance, Accident Rate, Job Rotation

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, Vol.4 No.3, August 4, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Sleepiness at workplace, the biological drive to sleep, has a highly negative impact on employees' working behavior in organizations. Recently, this phenomenon has attached more and more attention in the management filed; and it has attracted much attention of researchers from other fields, such as management and psychology. By reviewing and analyzing the previous studies, this paper clarifies the concepts of sleepiness in the workplace, and then delineates the causes and effects of sleepiness in the workplace. Through the organizational understanding of the relevant causes of sleepiness, some intervention measures which can mitigate companies’ sleepiness situation will be put forward. Finally, the paper has an outlook about the future researches of sleepiness at workplace.