So, this was promted by a ? What is in your staff room?
My idea staff room would be a room with a sink, refrigerator, individual cup coffee/tea/hot cocoa maker, table and chairs, sofas, reading and eating lighting in a matching decor and psychologically pleasing color. I think every worker could benefit from a neck and shoulder massage and a catnap. So, private room for a catnap and a standy masseuse. 45 mintue lunch break and a fifteen minute break in the afternoon or morning, whichever is longest. Health snacks to boost energy and stave off hunger. The perfect staff room. The better the employees are cared for, the better they can care about their customers and their work!
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:31 AM on Nov. 22, 2009
Well at my old job we had a huge break room with tons of tables and chairs. There was a full kitchen. We had vending machines for snacks, two that vended sandwiches and meals and a coffee machine that sold everything from espresso to hot cocoa. There were microwaves too. They also had complimentary salt/pepper, ketchup, and plastic tableware. There was a TV set into the wall and four computer kiosks for doing things like applying for new positions, looking at your benefits or just plain being on the Internet. No masseuse though, still we had it pretty good, but seeing as how when I first went to work there they had an actual cafeteria with lunch ladies and a salad bar it was kind of a step down. This was a manufacturing facility, not an office.
Answer by Lesli at 12:14 PM on Nov. 22, 2009
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