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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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  • So there’s this bunny. It’s a big bunny, quite large, and he hops around with a big basket of…eggs. They’re chicken eggs, but they’re really the bunny’s eggs. Y’know? This particular bunny lays eggs somehow. And he also likes chocolate, and pastels, and sharing. Is this making any sense? Nope, not really. But that’s Easter... Continue Reading →

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  • The precise balance between work and life is different for each person. Still, one thing’s for certain. When the scale tips too far in one direction for an employee, they’ll have a problem on their hands. Whether the problem is personal or work-related, it translates into a problem for your organization. If left to their... Continue Reading →

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  • It’s time to face the hot-button issue threatening to tear our world apart: what kind of chocolate is the right kind of chocolate? People, please. Let’s keep this civil. On one side of the mat: Milk chocolate. Milk chocolate is pure innocence and joy — it’s trick-or-treating, paper valentines, and Saturday cartoons rolled into every... Continue Reading →

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  • An organization’s culture is based on how it functions and expresses itself. It’s a personality that has values expressed in its mission and what it does. Culture is also a collection of attitudes, both conscious and unconscious, formed through company processes and actions that influence what employees think and how they act. So, what does... Continue Reading →

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  • Oh, glorious grains! From Saturday morning cartoons with a bowl of cereal to working lunches with loaded salads, what would we do without you? These humble seeds have been supporting civilizations over the course of millennia, and it’s a little too easy to take them for granted. Grains are an integral part of our lives and a... Continue Reading →

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  • Every employee wants to work at a company where the environment is positive, and the work is rewarding. And, every forward-thinking company wants to create a workplace that supports the organization’s goals and objectives. In a perfect world, both of these wants easily satisfied. Even though the world isn’t perfect, with the right kind of... Continue Reading →

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  • We still don’t have flying cars. Darn. But, someday soon we’ll have robots that take care of our daily needs. And, we’ll have self-driving vehicles that deliver things and take us wherever we want to go. Hello Jetsons! Here we come! During CES 2018, transportation was one of the big attractions. And, the breakout star... Continue Reading →

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  • It’s 3-14 today. Why does that number sound vaguely familiar? If you’re having flashbacks of high school geometry class, you’re on the right track…3-14 is the day we celebrate 3.14, the number with a funny name and its own Prince-like symbol. It’s Pi Day! So naturally, we’ll be celebrating with lots and lots of pie.... Continue Reading →

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  • When you think of fabulous global cuisines and crave-worthy flavors…how far is Ireland down the list? Let’s be real…St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t prompt the same menu excitement as, say, Cinco de Mayo, because for far too long Irish cuisine has been a bit of a punchline — an unfortunate shorthand for bland and boring. The... Continue Reading →

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  • Managers know that effective employee management is essential to ensuring that the workplace runs smoothly, and everyone is happy. The best managers know which tools to use. And, food is one of those tools. Very often, food is a mundane backdrop for lunchtime and other gatherings. It’s almost an afterthought. You’re bringing people together for... Continue Reading →

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  • Mama mia, it’s National Meatball Day! Finally, a whole day dedicated to Italy’s favorite dish, smothered in red sauce and served atop swirls of spaghetti. Wait…what’s that you say? Spaghetti and meatballs aren’t really a thing in Italy? And meatballs probably originated in…the Middle East? Wow. Okay. Obviously we have a lot to learn about... Continue Reading →

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  • The corporate perks race is still in high gear, and its showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. That’s because companies of all sizes are feeling the pressure to attract and retain the best talent in their sector. But is their reaction to that pressure causing them to go overboard with their perks?... Continue Reading →

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  • Hopefully you noticed our EATer Reviews Contest last week (or maybe not?). We had a lot of fun going through the submissions—and we learned a whole lot too. Your reviews help us improve your experience, from the individual dish to overall variety and selection we offer on the weekly menus.   Thanks to everyone who... Continue Reading →

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