Do you value a strong “we feeling”? Then create places with shared resources (e.g. the coffee maker). These are important catalysts for frequent encounters and conversations.
The kitchen is mainly used for a relaxing break. However, if necessary it can be used for work and short meetings.
The kitchen should be equipped with all essential appliances so that employees can relax during their break and not have to worry about warming up their soup, for example.
Cofortable chairs and a nice dinig table for a pleasant break.
Bar tables and different seating areas invite you to enjoy, exchange ideas, have relaxed conversations and have fun. Coffee point, cafeteria or canteen – it varies from one company to another and depends on the premises, size, location and company philosophy. Depending on the situation, there is a high-end portafilter machine, a fridge with soft drinks, organic snacks to nibble on or a shared lunch break with self-cooked food or menus from the cafeteria. When you grab a coffee you do a little exercise, meet colleagues and exchange the latest information. The cafeteria can also serve as a working café between peak times.