If you're a Google fan, here's yet another reason to love this provider of really useful, reliable, and not to mention free computer tools - they feed their employees well!
That fact came to light a few weeks ago when the Internet was full of reports that Google is seeking to hire two gourmet chefs to prepare meals (free to employees) for its brainy staff.
It turns out that the i......Full article >>>
ping largesse on its lucky employees, but one with a solid business rationale behind it.
Now, I admit I'm a bit prejudiced on this topic since I am known for going to great lengths to sample gastronomic greatness. But the business researcher side of me has observed many seemingly unorthodox business practices that drive high performance in employees. In my view, feeding employees well is ......Full article >>>
n to work. One poll by career website Vault.com found that one in four workers skip lunch breaks daily and quickly eat a sandwich or snack at their desks.
But Google uses a strategic approach to feeding its employees. Its people-based business strategy makes sure that the company's stable of big brains is literally well-fed and nurtured.
This is not pampering - it's a high-perfo......Full article >>>
d be well-advised to spend some time in your cafeteria and kitchen facilities if you have them. Do an eating tour of the local food joints and convenience stores as well. If food is fuel for the brain, then make sure your best and brightest have ample opportunity to eat like champions not chumps.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 08/30/05
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