If you want happy employees who feel valued and appreciated, you can attend a seminar about leadership, or you can simply try this: Have a stack of pizzas delivered.
Yep. Nearly 60 percent of hardworking Americans say that receiving food or vouchers for meals at local restaurants make them feel valued as an employee, according to a recent survey, conducted by Seamless, a division of GrubHub (GRUB) which specializes in in-office food.
Food at work is up. While only 11 percent of employees report that they get regular lunches, that is a huge jump from 2013’s 5 percent. A majority of companies (63 percent) provide coffee/beverages often or all the time. 34 percent provide food for holidays and 22 percent offer food for office celebrations. So, food, while growing in popularity, is clearly not yet in every office.
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