Eating at your desk day after day? Research suggests "staying inside, in the same location, is really detrimental to creative thinking," says management professor Kimberly Elsbach.
Food has a direct impact on our cognitive performance, which is why a poor decision at lunch can derail an entire afternoon. A compelling case for nutritious lunches from Harvard Business Review.
When employees feel better taken care of, they’re freed, fueled and inspired to take better care of their customers and clients. It’s a win for everyone. In this article, Tony Schwartz makes the case for tending to the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being of your employees. The food we eat is an integral component to our physical well-being.
It’s common knowledge that employees working for Google get free lunch. If you manage an office environment, there’s a good reason why you should start implementing the same strategy: Improving your bottom line. Author Jabex LeBret breaks down the benefits in this short article.
Spotlight on Cleveland companies thunder::tech, ONOSYS, Embrace Pet Insuarnce, and Bialosky and Partners Architects that have found taking good care of their people is a recipe for business success.