First, I hope you had a fantastic National Fried Chicken Day! Our office spent the lunch hour at Lee’s Café in Downtown Lubbock, chowing down on some of the best chicken I’ve ever had. Take a look at this!
Second, I’m not saying it’s a requirement to getting hired here, but being a foodie is a huge plus when it comes to working in this office.
Whether it be the snacks we keep in the kitchen, the various teas and coffees we keep overstocked, or the office lunch outings we take at least once a week, we keep the foodie magic in the air. I think it’s pretty obvious to our clients how much we appreciate keeping pick-me-up nourishment (and some not-so-nourishing indulgences) around. Perhaps that’s why we attract so many food and beverage based clients! Whatever the reason, I’m not complaining.
You can Google several reasons why having office parties and celebrations improve the work environment, but I’m here to tell you that you don’t need to buy streamers and cake on the daily (unless you want to!).
Here’s my take on why you (as a manager, boss, or authority) should bring more food into the office:
In case you’re on the fence here, I’ve created some discrediting points to any of your counter points:
I hope you take these points to heart, and start incorporating food more in your office, no matter the city. If you discover something amazing, be a dear and share with us on social media.
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