With air traffic controllers falling asleep at the job on what feels like a daily basis, the old subject of WORK NAPS is getting attention again.

So how have companies responded?  Last year, about 5% of companies in the U.S. said they provide NAP ROOMS for employees.  And this year, in the wake of all that air traffic controller press, that number has gone up . . . to 6%.

Studies from CNN / BBC have shown that people don't need LONG naps to stay alert for the whole day.  Back in 1995, NASA found that taking just a 26-minute nap improved productivity by 34% and alertness by 54%.