Get Creative with Strategies for Sleeping on the Job Infographic

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: • References: visual.ly
Whether it's the morning commute or the late night paperwork catch-up that's got you on the drowsy side in the mornings, getting caught sleeping on the job is definitely not one of the ways you want your boss to find out how 'hard working' you are.

On a scale of execution difficulty and comfort, the Strategies for Sleeping on the Job infographic shares a few ways you can get creative with your naps in the office. While some require taking extreme measures, such as shaving your head to mimic your face's facial hair, others are a little more tame like fake power outages and cutting and pasting fake eyes on your closed eyelids. Though sleeping on the job is risky business, fumbling on one of these tasks can cause more attention that not doing it at all. Stats for Sneaky Office Napping Techniques Trending: Older & Mild
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