Aetna CEO Mart Bertolini will pay employees up to $500 to get more sleep, according to CNBC.
Employees who can prove they get at least seven hours of sleep in a row for 20 nights will receive $25 a night, up to $500 annually, CNBC reported.
Employees can track their sleep using fitness trackers such as Fitbit, CNBC said.
Bertolini emphasized the business boon and productivity benefits of being well-rested in the workplace, CNBC reported.
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