Office Refreshment Blog
Better Beverages. Better Life.
Investing in a commercial coffee service provides better tasting, higher quality, safer, and often times more affordable coffee for your employees.
Smell the coffee and wake up!
Smell the coffee and wake up!
Coloradoans love meeting friends for coffee breaks. Just look around your city or town for the proof, doesn’t it seem like there is a coffee shop, drive-thru or Starbucks on every corner?
So how does our love for coffee impact your business? Well, in my 20+ years delivering coffee to Colorado Springs/Denver businesses I’ve observed that combining a relaxing break room with quality refreshments increases employee focus, motivation, and productivity.
Would a boost in morale and productivity be good for your business? Keep reading to learn why break rooms are key to the success of your business.
Coloradans love coffee and they love quality office breakroom coffee makers.
Employers in Colorado Springs all know offering a quality office breakroom coffee service is important to their employee’s happiness and their productivity.
Starting the day with a daily ritual of a fresh, great tasting cup of coffee keeps employees and guests happy and content.
What better way to get ready for a busy day than with a freshly brewed, hot cup of coffee?
But what is the best type of coffee maker for your company culture and employee preferences? Keep reading for info on the five types of office coffee makers popular in 2018.
Hard or Soft?
Hard water has a significant mineral content, which makes it difficult to create suds when using soap. It causes mineral deposits to accumulate which can damage clothes washers, coffee machines, and other water-using equipment. Water lacking in minerals is called soft water, and it causes excessive suds with detergents or soaps, and it can leach minerals right out of our bodies when we drink it. Ideally, humans want something right smack in the middle.
The psychological advantages of a great breakroom are undeniable. Breakrooms are a fixture in the modern office not because they’re a convenience for the employees, but rather because of the payback for the business.
On any occasion where you demonstrate to employees that they are appreciated, you are rewarded with greater loyalty. When a company treats employees well, those employees are unlikely to quit and go work elsewhere.
The result—significantly less “churn” in your employee roster. The fewer new employees that you must train, the fewer the mistakes that will be made; the less time will be taken away from other projects to get the new employee up to speed; the less money you will have to spend on training, and the sooner they can begin contributing to your bottom line.
Whether you decide to buy, rent, or lease-to-own the equipment, there is an office refreshment solution that will suit your office’s needs. Every refreshment solution that you employ increases employee or client satisfaction, which ultimately increases either productivity or income for the company.
Coffee is probably the best beverage on the planet (after water)
Coffee has spent years playing the role of the villain. “Oh, it’s so awful,” so many used to proclaim. “It raises your blood pressure, stains your teeth, and causes acid reflux disease!” But is it true? Is coffee really all that bad for you?