The news comes after Public Health England announced that employers need to tackle sleep deprivation.
The research conducted by Totaljobs, an online jobs board, discovered that a third of those questioned said they need more sleep during the working week.
A fifth admitted to falling asleep at least once in their career.
One in five employees said they feel tired at work every day due to sleep deprivation.
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Over 32 per cent said they have received negative comments from colleagues, including being accused of being unmotivated or hungover.
A tenth of participants said they enjoy an alcoholic beverage on work nights to help them to de-stress after a long day.
Shockingly, 82 per cent of employers in the region don’t offer any service to improve their employees’ rest.
n To find out more about the survey or to seek advice, visit totaljobs.com/insidejob.