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German Town Promotes Sleeping on the Job.
March 4, 2002 7:43 AM   Subscribe

German Town Promotes Sleeping on the Job. So when can we expect to see this system go into effect here in the U.S.?
posted by kingmissile (8 comments total)

 
They seem to be phasing this in for Airline Security personnel first...
posted by revbrian at 7:54 AM on March 4, 2002


1978.
posted by joemaller at 8:01 AM on March 4, 2002


A local health insurance company gave them courses on napping.

Exquisite.
posted by luser at 8:09 AM on March 4, 2002


well, after I get my course on napping of course.
posted by bittennails at 8:11 AM on March 4, 2002


How do they give a "course" on napping anyway?

Instructor: "Now in order to nap properly, you must first lay down and... HEY! Wake up people! I'm trying to teach you how to nap! There will be no sleeping in my class do you hear me? DO YOU HEAR ME!?!?"
posted by kingmissile at 8:17 AM on March 4, 2002


With the sleeping course in mind are you awarded marks on style and dribble ? and do u loose marks for waking early
posted by monkeyJuice at 9:11 AM on March 4, 2002


a gel mousepad makes an excellent pillow, and remember, if awakened, always say "amen".
posted by gnz2001 at 9:21 AM on March 4, 2002


It seems like they're really just giving them an extra 20 minute break after lunch. To know how big of a deal that is, I think we'd really have to know what sort of break system they typically use in Germany, i.e. is it 8 hour days, with a 30 min lunch and two 15-minute breaks, like it is here, for hourly wage earners? In Germany, is the hourly vs. salary paradigm even relevant? I have no idea. Anyone?
posted by bingo at 9:34 AM on March 4, 2002


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