Updated: Feb 21, 2019
TOP 5 SIGNS YOU NEED VENDING MACHINES FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES
Happy employees are the kind we strive for as employers. Food can definitely help your staff feel satisfied, valued, and happy. Workplace environment and leadership surley play a big impact within your organization but providing access to quench thirst and hunger can go a long way to employee satisfaction too. Should your business find a vending machine company to provide service and products for your employees? If you've ever contemplated these questions, the answer is yes.
1. IS CONVENIENCE REALLY THAT IMPORTANT TO EMPLOYEES?
This might be the biggest advantage of implementing vending machines in your business, the convenience. An average workday can be anywhere from seven to 10 hours. Granting people the easy access to affordable, reliable food and beverages allows your employees to remain at work during their breaks. This reduces the chance for an accident on their breaks as well ans cutting down on extended break periods while employees run to the nearest corners store or fast food spot.
2. CAN I AFFORD TO OFFER VENDING MACHINES?
There's not any cost to businesses looking to have vending machines at their businesses. Most vendors only need space the size of a refrigerator and electrical outlet access. Most machines on the market now are highly energy efficient only costing an average of $80 per year to run. The actual cost associated with the machines and the products within are covered by a food and beverage vendor who furnishes the service.
3. NOBODY HERE CARRIES CASH ANYMORE, NOW WHAT?
If you've wondered how your staff will pay for onsite vending, the good news is modern machines accept cash, coins, credit cards, apple pay or google pay.
4. CAN VENDING MACHINES OFFER MORE THAN SODA AND SNACKS?
Many companies now try hard to offer an assortment of food options ranging from the traditional snacks and drinks to more healthy options to fit ever changing dietary needs.
5. HOW MUCH WORK WILL HAVING A MACHINE BE FOR ME?
This is probably one of the more prominent questions when it comes to whether or not to install vending machines. The good news is it's very minimal if any. Vending technology systems have become more intuitive alerting distributors when items are low or require service. This eliminates the need for an onsite representative to be tasked with vending machine management.
If you and your operational team are considering adding vending machines to your business or company, you can be assured that's it's a decision you won't regret. When your staff are feeling refreshed they are more productive and happier. Who does not want that?