Imagine having all of the luxuries in an office that a company the caliber of Google offers? Imagine all of the perfect items you’d want in there to consume at your heart’s desire. Out of all of the luxuries that are afforded by corporations that have a work environment promoting freedom, perhaps the most in demand thing for a work place to have is a barista for the perfect office coffee!
Today I’ll share with you why more and more companies are having this luxury service, even if only on a once monthly basis.
Advantages of an In Office Barista
Let’s start with the obvious stuff first. Everyone in the office will have a more pleasant experience with the ability to have a barista whip up the perfect coffee that suits your every taste and desire. Imagine being able to go into the office and have the ability to have the aroma from commercial coffee machines send positivity through the air and caffeine-fueled vibes among the workforce!
The amount of positive energy that will flow through an office thanks to an office barista will be something that’s contagious! There’s an old saying “happy wife, happy life.” Well, let’s just say that if you have a happy work environment, you can count on your company being behind you in any situation, which will lead to great rewards in the revenue department!
When you are done smelling the aroma’s from the fresh mocha, cappuccino, espresso, and more, you can use the extra caffeine as energy to get work done. It’s true that coffee is a stimulant, and when stimulants are taken, energy can be used from them. There are many reasons people drink coffee, starting with to wake themselves up and to get into a comfortable routine. People like routines, just think about how many people you know who won’t think about functioning without having a cup, or more, of coffee!
Why do people need to get a shot of java to wake up?
Easy, it’s because they have work to accomplish.
It’s safe to say that the work force, happy with a fresh cup of gourmet coffee, will be more productive. Let’s also piggy back on top of that narrative that they will be more productive thanks to the fact that they remain in the office, instead of taking long breaks to leave to go to Starbucks or another local coffee shop.
Lastly, coffee fosters social interaction. When a team of employees huddle up and head to the bar where the barista is at, they will most certainly interact. A work force that interacts over a cup of coffee is a work force that becomes closer, and more united. I don’t know about you, but team building is essential in any business, and with a cup of fresh coffee in the mix, teams will most definitely build.
Many large corporations are moving to this business model of having an in house barista, to keep people productive and in house. All the reasons cited today point to it making perfect sense in the business world and many smaller corporations will most definitely follow suit shortly.