One aspect of the world I'm conceptualizing is that some employees might opt to work while in a medically induced coma, or work at night while they sleep by using brain implants that induce a type of controlled sleepwalking/working.
They might do this for various reasons. They may be given more leisure time during the day. They might believe they are more creative while asleep etc.
Are there physiological complications involved in excessive sleepwalking which might transfer over to sleep working, and what might be used to counteract or mitigate those complications?
Alternatively, could it be possible to use pharmaceuticals or implants to induce a kind of work trance. an altered state of consciousness which is increases productivity while reducing perceived time working?