Make sleep a priority.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, 1 in 3 Canadians were not getting enough sleep. It’s no surprise that now more than ever, businesses are experiencing increased stressors that are impacting day-to-day operations and leaders are expressing a growing concern over the mental health and well-being of their employees. Is your team struggling with sleep, stress and fatigue?
Your partner in creating a sleep-first corporate culture.
At Sleep Culture, we believe that optimal health, happiness, and success can only be achieved through proper sleep. Sleep Culture delivers preventative healthcare and education that promotes positive sleep behaviours to support mental health, wellness and to mitigate the risks of fatigue by making sleep a priority.
Corporate Programs & Packages
Tailored programs for your corporate wellness day or week and training for your in-house HR or HSE facilitators.
Choose from popular topics like sleep and stress, sleep strategies for shift workers or work with us to create a custom presentation to meet the unique needs of your team.
Policies & Procedures
Sleep Culture will work with you to develop new corporate policies, procedures or a fatigue risk management system.
Sleep Tool Kit
Sleep Culture provides Sleep Tool Kits that include recommended products that have been tested by our team to provide a great night's sleep. Sleep Tool Kits are a great add on to any Corporate Package.
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The results are in!
"As a shift worker, I never felt like I was getting quality sleep. After trusting the Sleep Culture process, I began to feel well rested, alert and more productive in a matter of days.”
"My quality of sleep was changed dramatically after my appointment with Sleep Culture. I found myself sleeping straight through the night and waking up well rested. I’m so happy I don’t have to resort to sleeping pills anymore."