Jill Schlesinger from MoneyWatch.com (TechRepublic’s newly-launched sister site) spoke to Maggie Rodriguez from CBS News about how sleep deprivation can significantly impair on-the-job performance and discusses how to get the professional benefits of a full night’s sleep.

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10 career drawbacks of sleep deprivation

How to rest for success

I have to admit that I cringed when I watched this, especially since they categorized sleep deprivation as six hours or less of sleep per night. During the business week, I often get less than six hours of sleep. How much sleep do you get? Do you think sleep affects job performance? Answer our polls.