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  • Summer, we’re so glad to see you! As the temperatures rise, we’re craving cool, refreshing salads piled high with vibrant produce. EAT Club has you covered all week long with fresh, flavorful lunches prepared to order and delivered to your desk. But what about the weekends? We’re excited to share a few of our favorite... Continue Reading →

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  • Teams of people are what drive results. If your team has one or more of the four million employees who work from home at least half of the time, you know that it can be a challenge to make that team work as a cohesive unit. That’s largely because not having every team member in... Continue Reading →

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  • Step aside, sushi. There’s a new fish in town. Hawaiian poke (pronounced poh-kay) is proving to be one of those rare food trends with real staying power, and after several years of surging popularity on the West Coast, poke mania has continued to spread throughout the lower 48. But if you haven’t tried the trend... Continue Reading →

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  • Whether you like to eat breakfast or not, it’s good for you. Still, most people skip breakfast. Coffee in hand, or picked up from McDonald’s (the most frequented chain for a morning meal), people rush off to work on an empty stomach. According to Kellogg’s (yes, the same Kellogg’s that makes breakfast cereals), “great breakfasts... Continue Reading →

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  • The question is simple. Does Lunch as a Benefit (Laab) actually work? The answer is: it depends. Assuming that your company doesn’t already offer a free daily lunch to your employees, the decision to provide this new benefit can be a challenging one. Quite naturally, you may wonder whether the benefit will have the desired... Continue Reading →

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  • Back in the 1980s, if you were a young associate working at an investment bank, your firm would pay for your meals if you worked late. And, you always worked late. Always. That’s how things were. Firms worked their associates as hard as possible. And, to compensate them for their hard work beyond their salary,... Continue Reading →

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  • Grills out? Tongs ready? The first three-day weekend of the summer is just around the corner, and we are so very ready for some barbecue. All across the country, pro pitmasters and weekend warriors are polishing their tools and planning their menus with careful consideration. Beef or pork? Smoky or sweet? Sauce or no sauce?... Continue Reading →

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  • Silicon Valley will always be known as the office perks capital of the world. From outlandish outings to free maid and concierge services, working in the Valley is where it’s at. And one of its greatest attractions that left a lasting impression is the FREE FOOD. The legendary status of Silicon Valley really began to... Continue Reading →

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  • Effective leaders are in tune with their workplace enough to recognize when employee morale is down. The mood of the office shifts in a way they can sense. There may be fewer conversations between employees. There may be a decrease in employee initiative or collaboration. Or, the turnover rate might be growing. Whatever the indicator... Continue Reading →

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  • Your employees are assets who contribute to your company’s success. As with any other asset, you should take care of them. Even the little, unexpected things you do for them matters. These things show that you value your employees. And, employees who feel appreciated are more likely to go above and beyond their expected duties.... Continue Reading →

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  • Want to start a ruckus? Here’s a foolproof plan: Make some cookies. Put some raisins in the cookies. Don’t tell anyone about the raisins. Serve and observe. Half of your human subjects will say “Yum, thanks for the raisin cookies.” The other half will say “Why didn’t you warn me about the raisins?!?!?” and probably... Continue Reading →

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  • If you’ve ever doubted the value of a team-building exercise, give yourself a slap on the wrist. Give yourself two slaps if you thought the activity was downright lame. Even though it may not have felt like it at the time, making the effort to build strong workplace teams is one of the most important... Continue Reading →

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  • We really felt the love for office admins this week! Thanks to everyone who took the time to submit a nomination. Here’s the winner, runners-up, and other greats nods we want to honor!  Winner: Erin E. from SeatGeek Erin not only juggles a million things, but she does so seamlessly. She never lets the stress... Continue Reading →

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  • “Working Green” is catching on fast. But in this case, green isn’t about money. As forward-thinking leaders realize creating a green workplace has a positive impact on their employees as well as their bottom line, sustainability and the green movement are spreading like wildfire. Just what is a green workplace? It’s a workplace that incorporates... Continue Reading →

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  • Happy Cinco de Mayo! The 5th of May marks the biggest holiday in Mexican culture. Wait, no, that’s not right. Is it…an annual celebration of Mexico’s independence? An annual celebration of….margaritas? America loves cross-cultural holidays, but we’re not always great with the details. Like St. Patrick’s Day and Mardi Gras, the real roots of Cinco... Continue Reading →

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  • Does it pay to feed your employees? The short answer is yes. However, if you’re like most business leaders, you’re probably going to need a bit more convincing to see the very real connection between food and your bottom line. First, let’s take a look at what’s keeping business leaders awake at night. The March... Continue Reading →

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  • It’s almost time for the annual invasion of the littlest interns: Take Your Kids to Work Day! April 26 marks the 24th anniversary of the yearly celebration, which was originally known as Take Our Daughters to Work Day. What began as a way to introduce young girls to equal career opportunities has evolved and expanded... Continue Reading →

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  • HR professionals tasked with measuring the ROI of benefits are in a difficult position. Most believe that an attractive benefits package leads to healthy, engaged, and productive employees who will never leave their jobs. The problem is that they can’t prove it. That’s because not all ROIs are the same. There’s the “hard ROI,” and... Continue Reading →

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  • Let’s do some Earth Week arithmetic: how much lunchtime trash do you create? Maybe just one takeout container per day…or maybe more like one takeout container, a plastic fork, and a latte to go. Multiplied by five days a week, 52 weeks a year, that’s 260 containers, forks, and coffee cups — 780 total pieces... Continue Reading →

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  • Employee benefits, like a daily lunch program, are non-cash benefits provided by an employer to an employee as a way to attract and retain top talent. Additionally, because employee benefits like a daily lunch bring employees together over food, furnishing lunch as a benefit fosters greater collaboration. After some investigation, you may find that many... Continue Reading →

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  • Are you staring down an egg apocalypse? Eggs are a staple of Easter and Passover, and the holidays can leave behind an intimidating backlog of hard-boiled leftovers with a looming deadline. But don’t worry, folks — there’s an obscure food holiday for that! It’s Egg Salad Week, and together we’re going to conquer a slew... Continue Reading →

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  • They answer the phones, schedule the meetings, and know just where to kick the copy machine to make it work. Office admins are the glue that holds every workplace together. Office admins are truly the unsung heroes of every successful company. EAT Club is going to make sure they won’t remain unsung for long because... Continue Reading →

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  • The cost of replacing an employee is high. In fact, it’s probably much higher than you might think. A review of 11 research papers on the cost of employee turnover revealed that it costs businesses between 16 percent to 213 percent of a person’s salary to replace them. The results break down like this: It... Continue Reading →

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  • Your employees face the daily challenge of juggling work with their personal lives. The reality is that their lives are frequently out of balance with work responsibilities taking priority over life’s pleasures. The problem of an unhealthy work-life balance isn’t anecdotal. Research has shown that employees are working more and living less – a lot... Continue Reading →

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  • It’s International Carrot Day! That sounds like a big job for an unassuming root, but this low-key global superstar is definitely up to the task. The world-traveling carrot first grew wild in the Middle East, became domesticated in central Asia, hopped over to Europe thousands of years B.C., and sailed to the Americas in the... Continue Reading →

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  • The working world in America is based around the standard 40-hour workweek. That’s 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. But does it have to be? In this blog, we’ll examine three theories that power flexible work schedule that are common in today’s workplace. For most of us, just thinking about a 40-hour workweek... Continue Reading →

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  • It’s a depressing scene. Someone’s sitting alone at their desk during lunchtime clutching a soggy sandwich that comes dangerously close to dripping a bland sauce onto their keyboard. While never removing their eyes from their work, they reach for a napkin. But the sauce drips too quickly. Now, they try to clean the keyboard but... Continue Reading →

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  • The beginning of spring always brings a tear to our eyes, and it’s not just the seasonal allergies. It’s the beautiful bounty of fresh produce: The gorgeous greens! The ruby-red rhubarb! The sweetest peas and the mildest onions! It’s time at last to head to the farmers market, spin around like Julie Andrews, and lose... Continue Reading →

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