Raising Office Morale and Productivity with Complimentary Coffee

  • 118 views
Uploaded on

Muldoon's is the #1 destination for coffee supplies in the GTA. With great tasting coffee & unbeatable service, we're confident you'll choose us again & against. Visit us online at …

Muldoon's is the #1 destination for coffee supplies in the GTA. With great tasting coffee & unbeatable service, we're confident you'll choose us again & against. Visit us online at www.muldoonscoffee.com for all your office coffee solutions

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
118
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. WIRED W ORKERS:RAISING OFFICEMORALE ANDPRODUCTIVITY W ITHCOMPLIMENTARYCOFFEE
  • 2. For most folks who jump into the rat race eachand every morning, there are few office perksthat can truly break the monotony and providea motivating spark.The one thing most often mentioned whenpeople discuss how to get through a tough,thankless workday is, of course, coffee.
  • 3. Office Coffee vs. Outside Coffee There are two types of workplaces when it comes to coffee consumption: employer- provided and "go buy it yourself." The difference between the two may not seem enormous, but it definitely is.
  • 4.  Any caffeine addict, of course, can brew his or her own joe at home, put it in a thermos, and bring it to work. Stopping by a coffee house in the morning or regularly throughout the day to pay a barista to serve it up nice and hot is also a viable option. However, employers who run offices where this is the norm are missing an easy and affordable opportunity to increase their workers productivity and morale. Providing quality coffee directly in the workplace serves many purposes, and doing so is undoubtedly well worth it.
  • 5. Delivered Office Coffee: The BigBenefits Providing java in the workplace is simple in most areas thanks to office coffee delivery services. Dozens of well-known, high-quality coffee vendors and catering companies offer convenient and inexpensive office coffee delivery programs. In many areas, sometimes even the favorite local coffee house provides such services. A simple search on the Internet will yield numerous options, at least one or two of which should easily be acceptable to most bosses. With office coffee delivery, office managers dont have to take time out of their schedules to shop for the coffee and supplies, keep everything in stock, or worry about what to buy. Most good delivery services are cheap, and they do all of the work.
  • 6. Announcing that delivered coffee will be providedto employees free of charge sends the immediateand unequivocal message to employees that theyare valued and that their bosses want to maketheir days in the office better and happier.Any office that provides coffee is certain to benefitbecause employees will no longer have to leavethe premises to get their cups of joe. In fact, manyworkers will rush to the office earlier so they canget their caffeine fix as soon as possible.
  • 7.  Although some employers may worry that the coffee station creates a social gathering spot, such a space is actually a good thing. A surprisingly large amount of productive work-related conversation happens with a cup of coffee in hand. Without question, employer-provided coffee makes workers happier and more productive. Most employees will consume more coffee, which means more caffeine, throughout the day if it is available for free inside the office. Wired workers will feel more alert, happier, and certainly more effective.
  • 8. Obviously, office managers have the option ofproviding coffee themselves without using acoffee delivery service. However, this is rarelyless expensive, and it is certainly lessconvenient. Any business that wants all thebenefits that come with a wired workforceshould strongly consider a delivery service.