Restworks provides workplace sleep technology and rest facilities such as massage chairs and nap pods. We do this for various industries, including corporations, hospitals and universities. We are active across the globe and serve organizations of all shapes and sizes.
Employers embrace the idea of napping at work because napping provides benefits that lead to happier, healthier employees. Studies show that there are many benefits associated with regular napping, including increased creativity, higher productivity, and lower risk of stress-related diseases.
In other words: napping at work helps employees get the most out of their day, both personally and professionally.
In today’s fast paced world, rest does not come easy. Meetings, e-mails, and an endless array of chat messages are taking up our time at work. If we want rest, we have to take it for ourselves. Sleep technology helps us do that.
Installing gosleep pods or a zero gravity recliner chair at your workplace sends a powerful signal to employees that rest is important. It also provides the necessary physical framework for taking that rest.
At Restworks, we provide a range of commercial warranty approved sleep technology products that can be a part of improving health and wellbeing at your workplace. Time to take back the power of rest.
Workplace napping is not one size fits all. We will partner with you to create the ideal workplace solution for your organization, putting to work our years of experience with sleep technology and our wide selection of equipment for rest at the workplace.
Brief rest supports training efficiency and game performance.
Improve vigilance and alertness. Reduce fatigue for flight crew and cabin crew.
Naps boost learning and memory consolidation. Most students could also use the additional sleep.
Expand your offering to increase your client base and generate incremental revenue.
Improve staff mood and resilience. Reduce fatigue for the commute home after a long (night) shift.
Reduce errors and accidents caused by fatigue. Support workers by day and on the night shift
Fatigue risk management. Support long term health and well-being.
Mission critical operations such as Utilities, Transport Infrastructure, and Emergency Response teams run 24/7.
Reduce stress, support mindfulness, impact creativity and productivity.
The EnergyPod is the world's first chair designed for napping at work. All features of this pod are designed to help users relax.
The Podtime Original allows users to relax or sleep undisturbed in the workplace. This sleeping pod offers privacy, security and comfort, and reduces ambient noise.
The Podtime Ultra is a spacious sleeping pod, ideal for the workplace, to relax or sleep undisturbed.
Our ZeroChair Recliner is elegant and comfortable. A zero gravity indoor recliner designed to optimally mitigate fatigue in the workplace.
The i7 Plus is an effective and durable solution for rest and rejuvenation in the workplace.
GoSleep Sleeping Pods were designed to optimize the well-being of travelers, by allowing them to rest or take a nap, even in busy environments. The GoSleep pod provides complete privacy with a sliding shade.
The GoSleep Iglooo can be used for both work and rest. A comfortable and versatile sleep pod.
The Sleep Cognition App from Restworks helps you nap and sleep effectively. It combines audio sessions from the world’s leading providers, as well as tips and tools to support good habits for rejuvenating rest.
We all know that sleep is important. Considering that we spend up to one-third of our lives sleeping, it is relevant to know just how much sleep we need each night in to fully recover and thrive.
A “nightcap” refers to an alcoholic drink taken before bedtime. It is thought to have evolved from the use of the same word for a hat worn to keep the head warm while sleeping. Most people don’t wear hats to bed anymore, but according to the National Sleep Foundation, alcohol as a sleep aid remains somewhat popular. Up to 20% of Americans use a drink at night to help them fall asleep.
Insomnia is defined as a sleep disorder in which a person has difficulty falling or staying asleep, even when they have the chance to do so. Insomnia affects many people around the world. In fact, it occurs in 10%-50% of the global population. However, not all types of insomnia are the same. Here you can read about common causes of insomnia and how they may be treated.