Shift workers should be paid more due to poor sleep quality, say London scientists

The study’s lead author Gillian Weston, at UCL’s department of Epidemiology and Public Health, told the Standard: “The repercussions of poor sleep extend beyond mere fatigue. Research demonstrates both long and short sleep durations are associated with poor health, emphasising the critical role of balanced sleep in overall well-being.


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