Boosting Employee Morale with a Coffee Delivery Service

by lorena on October 12, 2012

3 Simple Steps to Boost Employee Morale by Sprucing up the Office Break Room!

 How a Professional Coffee Delivery Service can Help Boost Employee Moral!

The office break room is a central area that all employees share. It’s a place to take a coffee break, eat lunch or just get away for a few minutes.

Here are three simple changes that can make a big impact on improving employee morale:

  1. Start with a fresh coat of paint. We take color for granted.  Yet it has a powerful effect on the subconscious and affects the physical and emotional well-being in all of us. According to empowering yourself with color psychology, choosing relaxing warm, earth-tone colors creates a warm, comfortable and welcoming environment.
  2. Add some uplifting artwork and indoor plants. Southern Botanical indicates that plants “help increase worker productivity, reduce stress, and improve air quality.”
  3. Rearrange the furniture and appliances to make the area more spacious, functional and relaxing.

Using a Professional Coffee Delivery Service to Get Started


Providing employees with quality coffee and refreshments shows appreciation and is a wonderful perk.  A great way to get started is to use a professional coffee delivery service. They can set up a custom break room program that fits your space requirements and budget.

Using a coffee delivery service can be both convenient and cost effective; commercial coffee brewing equipment is installed and maintained, usually at no charge. Not to mention, most coffee delivery services offer a great selection of premium coffee brands and a full range of break room supplies.

Keeping the area clean can be challenging.  But, by establishing some break room etiquette, employees will know what is expected of them. Be sure to provide plates, utensils and eco-friendly cleaning supplies.



{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

You can use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Previous post:

Next post: