If your company is currently "on the fence" about napping, try educating your colleagues about the benefits of catching a few daytime winks. In some workplaces, dialogue about napping just has never really happened. You might be the one to get the ball rolling. Here are some pointers:
Emphasize that napping at work is different from "sleeping on the job." It is an investment in the health of the company and the employees alike.
Mention the benefits of napping, including enhanced productivity, improved memory, greater creativity, and enhanced morale.
Note that rested workers produce cost savings for companies, in the form of healthier employees, fewer sick days, and greater productivity in the workplace.