There are many symptoms of fatigue. Drowsiness is an obvious one, but there's also mental exhaustion, an inability to concentrate and a declination to perform that all factor in. The consequences of these symptoms are a lack of productivity and even problems with health and mobility.
Perhaps most alarming is the fact that fatigue in the workplace can affect workers' safety. When an employee has worked four days in a row, they are 17 percent more likely to experience a workplace accident. There are even legal consequences when fatigue contributes to accidents at work. The courts have declared, "Employers have a duty to take reasonable care for health and safety of all employees in the workplace."
Check out the infographic below for more revelations on fatigue and the workplace.
Tell Us What You Think
We want to hear from you! Do you ever struggle to stay awake at work? Share your thoughts on Twitter or in the comments!
More From PayScale
How to Recover From a Bad Interview
Learn to Keep Your Clients Happy From the Restaurant Industry
Learn How To Get More Retweets [infographic]
Type the code from the image
Thanks! We'll send you a welcome newsletter as soon as we can.
In the meantime, check out our research center.
Looks like your email already exists in our database.
Please log in here.
You are already logged in.