When Being the Early Bird Means Missing the Worm

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While employers have traditionally favored early risers, research shows not embracing a wide range of sleep patterns severely disrupts health and job performance. Women everywhere have been advised that “early to bed, early to rise” is the key to success, but the creativity and productivity of the “evening person” makes a strong case for workplace flexibility. In a world of early-birds and night-owls, who really gets the worm? We’ll discuss.

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