2022 Guide to Employee Engagement and Food
Based on Q4 2021 survey responses from hundreds of professionals across the country, we uncovered data on aspects of employee engagement, the workplace experience, and food.
Going out to lunch for an hour used to be part of the American worker’s daily routine, but as this Wall Street Journal article shows, it’s become a tradition few can find time for anymore. Today, if an employee reserves a seat for lunch, it’s most likely in her office.
But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. There are economic and personal benefits associated with dining “al desko.”
The disappearance of the classic lunch hour may be good for businesses and employees, but it is hurting some restaurants. According to the aforementioned WSJ article, lunchtime sales are down 2% compared to last year. Of course, we’re biased, but we believe bringing restaurants directly to offices may be the solution. We help increase food sales (on average by 20%+), and give employees direct access to authentic food at work from 1,000+ highly-rated restaurants across the country.