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The Coffee Break Experience

Feb. 1, 2022
When it comes to business, getting the job done is the main goal. But it’s important to remember that breaks — such as coffee breaks — are actually beneficial for […]

When it comes to business, getting the job done is the main goal. But it’s important to remember that breaks — such as coffee breaks — are actually beneficial for business, leading to more innovative insights, not to mention an increase in employee satisfaction.

Whether you’re more interested in the amplified productivity a break can provide or simply see the value in keeping your top talent happy, you’ll be happy to know that there are some simple ways to help your employees truly enjoy their coffee breaks.

  • For starters, consider workplace health and safety, and invest in a low-contact or individual coffee option, so workers can have a cuppa without spreading germs.
  • You could bring in a keg of cold brew, which offers plenty of flavor and caffeine, without requiring any brew time.
  • Keeping creamers and sweeteners on hand for all kinds of dietary preferences is always appreciated, and, if you feel like going the extra mile, bring in an espresso machine to recreate coffee shop drinks without leaving the office.

Do you have remote employees, or are you interested in learning more about the benefits of creating a coffee break experience your workers will love? Check out this helpful infographic.

This article is adapted from Boost Workplace Engagement with These Coffee Break Perks by Alison Wilkinson. You can find the complete original article and mini-infographic here: https://tenspot.com/blog/work-well/boost-workplace-engagement-coffee-break-perks/

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Alison Wilkinson is a lawyer and writer based in Portland, Oregon. She has been practicing law for over 15 years, working with clients across a wide range of specialties from accounting malpractice to victims’ rights. For more information, about Alison Wilkinson Blog Posts, please visit Alison Wilkinson Blog Posts – page 1 | Ten Spot.

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