The Office Café

Does your office contain a coffee pot that is barely used or washed? If this sounds like your workplace, then it may be time to reevaluate what everyone drinks. Many employers are offering options that mimic coffee shops, everything from decadent hot chocolate to refreshing green teas with a comfortable seating area to relax. Here are some of the ways having a café can benefit everyone at your workplace.

A Space for Collaboration

The office café is not only a place to grab something to drink, but can offer a low-key setting for collaborative opportunities or one-on-one meetings. Offering this space to employees may lead to fewer people leaving the office to get their fix of caffeine, and can also provide comfortable seating with minimal disruptions.

More Drink & Snack Options

Not everyone in your office drinks regular or decaf coffee. Offering a café would allow people to order frozen coffee drinks, cappuccinos, lattes, hot chocolates, and teas. Also, consider having sparkling water, iced teas, and sodas. Also consider making different snacks available for your employees, like fresh fruit and granola bars.

Provide Outlets for Charging

This can be a great space for employees looking to step away from their desk to focus on a task. Consider setting up your café in an area where there are plenty of electrical outlets for people to plug in to.

Take a Survey

Even if you are a small office and don’t have the space for a full-fledged café, you can still survey your employees to find out their tastes. If you find that you don’t have many coffee drinkers, focus more on other beverages.

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