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The Future of Food
at Work

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How to Plan for Food at Work in the Post Quarantine World:
Keeping Safe and Boosting Employee Enthusiasm about Returning

The new reality has changed everything about your workplace and food is no exception. This webinar outlines how your organization can create a food program that contributes to a safe, healthy work environment and new ways that food can boost your employees’ enthusiasm about returning.

Safety best practices: After months of planning and consulting with health authorities, industry peers, and employers, we assembled a detailed list of COVID-19 best practices for handling food in the workplace. We’ll share the highlights and provide guidance, so you can finalize your own workplace policies. We’ll also give your tips on how to encourage your team to stay in and stay safe during the lunch hour.

Restoring your workplace culture with food:
When handled the right way, meals can boost morale while still following social distancing best practices. We’ll explore the types of foods that get people excited every day and how they are best served in the new COVID-19 office environment. We’ll discuss how to meet your team’s demand for variety, authenticity, and support for local restaurants. In the new reality, work can still be fun and food will play a big role.

At the end of the webinar, you will walk away with the tools needed to create a food policy for your workplace during COVID-19. You’ll have fresh ideas on how to boost morale and restore your onsite culture.

Data trends: We surveyed 2,500 office workers across the country to understand their attitudes about returning, expected timelines, and anticipated behavioral changes related to food at work. We’ll break down the data to understand what all this means for you as an employer.