Employees are the bedrock of success for many companies, which makes investing in them one of the best ways to drive your organisation forward. We explore the role coffee can play in keeping your employees happy and working at their best.
One of the most popular breakfast beverages around the world, coffee can provide a much-welcomed energy boost to help employees shake off morning fatigue and improve their ability to concentrate at work1.
Having coffee at the workplace can help employees:
Combat tiredness with a boost of energy1
Stay productive throughout the workday
Cultivates better working relationships
Good interpersonal relationships between employees are key to building a positive and productive work culture. Mid-day coffee breaks provide the perfect opportunity for colleagues to interact and get to know each other better2, fostering stronger friendships at work3.
Employees with close friends in the workplace are
as likely to be engaged in their job4.
Contributes to employee wellbeing
Companies today are increasingly focused on improving the wellbeing of their employees—and for good reason; a happy team improves productivity, fosters creativity and minimises turnover rate6.
Offering thoughtful perks such as coffee can:
Help relieve work stress
Ensure that your employees feel valued6
87% of employees
think that having Nespresso Professional in the office shows the employer cares about its employees3
Boosts employee performance
Having adaptable employees ensures companies stay competitive in today’s fast-paced era.
Coffee enhances this trait by:
Speeding up the time taken to identify words and phrases1
Improving the ability to process information, raising workplace performance1
Whether you're looking to boost productivity or improve workplace performance, having a good cup of coffee available is a good place to begin.
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- Research conducted in 2014 by Strategic Research among 212 decision makers and 1,000 employees of more than 50 employees companies, in 5 European countries