How to Create a Workplace Culture That Values Sleep with Serta Simmons Bedding

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Few things in work are more important but few are so rarely discussed. 

Sleep. We all need it. We all crave it. 

But according to the World Economic Forum, around 62% of the global adult population are lacking quality sleep. It is estimated that poor sleep costs businesses more than $63 billion each year in lost productivity alone. We’d like to help change that.

 In this webinar, we’ll discuss how mental health is impacted by poor sleep quality, the latest on Zoom fatigue, and circadian inconsistencies.

What you’ll learn:

  • How your employees’ sleep quality is affecting your organization’s bottom line
  • Why sleep is crucial for your employees’ mental well-being
  • Proven strategies to help your employees get better sleep


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JD Velilla

Head of Sleep Experience at Serta Simmons Bedding

JD Velilla is the Sr. Director of Sleep Experience & Technology for Tuft & Needle and a resident sleep expert for Serta Simmons Bedding. JD has spent his career studying every aspect of sleep science and recovery helps reimagine the way we think about self-care and sleep wellness through awareness and education.

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Dr. Jehan Sparks

Behavioral Research Scientist at Calm

Dr. Jehan Sparks is a Behavior Research Scientist at Calm. She has over ten years of experience leading academic and applied research projects, combining methods from psychology, economics, and public health to understand human bias and decision making. As part of the Calm Science Research Team, Jehan is focused on developing evidence-based sleep resources, informed by rigorous scientific research.

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Jennifer Kramer

Sleep Coach at Calm

Jennifer Kramer is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) who specializes in evidence-based interventions for sleep disturbance. She has a Master’s in Health Coaching from Maryland University. As a Sleep Coach at Calm, Jennifer helps employee populations sleep better and achieve their sleep goals through cognitive behavioral coaching for insomnia.