Ireland’s unemployment rate stood at 4.8 percent in February 2020, compared with 5.0 percent in the corresponding month of 2019 (source). Now, over four months on, it’s difficult to quantify how many people face unemployment. So, if you are now job hunting amid Covid-19 here are a number of tips and actions to keep in … Continued
The 1% Podcast: Motty Varghese The Impact of Sleep on Performance
Latest Episode: Motty Varghese The Impact of Sleep on Performance
Motty Varghese is a Registered Sleep Technologist and has completed a Mini fellowship in Behavioral Sleep Medicine from Perelman School of Medicine under University of Pennsylvania. He believes sleep is the cornerstone to optimal physical and mental health, and currently runs Sleep Therapy Clinic where he offers non pharmacological treatment for behavioural sleep issues and insomnia. Motty has presented at national and international conferences and also collaborates with corporate employers to optimise employee sleep, to improve their productivity and efficiency. Motty has contributed to articles on “sleep in shift work”, insomnia and sleep health for Irish Examiner and Irish independent and has also featured in RTE and Today FM.
We deep dive into why we sleep, the importance of sleep as an aspect of overall well-being, the recent impact of COVID-19 on sleeping patterns, the relationship between sleep and learning and performance, the purpose of dreaming, sleep and nutrition and much, much more.
CFO Insights on the Impact of COVID-19 In 2020, the advent of COVID-19 has imposed both operating and financial challenges on businesses across sectors and geographies. In this liquidity-constrained environment, we conducted a survey of CFOs across Ireland to gauge their views on the quantum of the expected impact, the timeline to recovery and other … Continued
The Covid-19 crisis has already left its mark on just about every industry – though Insurance is one that hasn’t prompted quite as much concern. “Everybody needs insurance” is a phrase that rings true in relation to the jobs market for Insurance. While this attitude is not incorrect, like other any financial services entity, there are … Continued