At Google, napping is not only encouraged, but the company has even provided its employees with a special EnergyPod designed by a New York-based company MetroNaps.
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh has long supported the value of office naps and says that taking a 20-minute nap can help you be more effective during the day.
The social media giant has installed “nap pods” where employees can take a quick power nap at work.
Procter & Gamble, the biggest consumer goods company, has a dedicated space for power napping at its offices.
Ice cream is usually associated with food comas rather than power naps, but Burlington, Vt.-based Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream is bucking that trend with dedicated nap spaces at its headquarters.
This Vancouver-based social media firm encourages its employees to take power naps in their nap rooms.
Globally renowned accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers eased into allowing employees to nap on the job.
The Huffington Post founder, who now runs Thrive Global, is so passionate about fighting the sleep deprivation crisis that she wrote the best-seller, “The Sleep Revolution.”