Congratulations to Wabtec Railway Electronics, winner of our Breakroom Makeover.
To say that 2020 and 2021 were eventful years would be an understatement. Although COVID-19 was making headlines and was continually top of mind for us all, business still needed to get done—somehow. And it did in abundance, with creative solutions that worked immediately and for the long term. Working remotely, for instance, became a way of life, which led to a plethora of virtual meetings.
Does coffee help you socialize better? When is the optimal time to take a coffee break? Find the answer to these and more in our infographic on the science of coffee.
In 1989, sociologist Ray Oldenburg coined the term “third place” in his groundbreaking book, “The Great Good Place,” which explored the idea of a public, social place outside of home (first place) and work (second place). His concept of third places looks at how public places like coffee shops, bars, hair salons and bookstores are at the heart of communities.
Let’s face it: Your workers want and love good coffee. And in this case, giving them what they want is great for you too.
According to the National Coffee Association, 62% of Americans drink coffee daily. And 48% of millennials said they had a cup of coffee they consider to be gourmet the day before.
Beeeep…Buzzzz! It’s time to rise and shine! Many people wake up at 6:30 am or earlier and commute via car, train or bus. However, some people are not always bright-eyed and attentive in the morning. Here are a few practical tips to help keep your mornings upbeat and your days productive.
Summertime is for bar-b-cue’s, beach trips and ice cream. When daydreaming about your toes in the sand and enjoying warm weather is common. Did you know researchers found productivity drops 20 percent in the summer? Now is the best time to eat brain foods to help you focus and boost productivity. Here are seven brain foods to help you check off tasks on your to-do list until your next vacation.
Wow! The world consumes over 2.25 billion cups of coffee a year. With that amount of anything one small change can make a difference. Having a recyclable coffee cup could make a strong impact on your office sustainability efforts. By selecting environmentally friendly coffee cups you encourage staff to think about sustainability. Implementing sustainability efforts by using biodegradable or compostable products in your breakroom may be an option. First, what are compostable products?
Did you know that about 70 percent of U.S. workers are not engaged at work? When a company has disengaged employees, it can lead to a decrease in productivity. Possible reasons could be: