I look (and feel) like a monster before my first cup of coffee in the morning. My friends and family know not to approach me if I haven’t had my caffeine.
Coffee is especially essential in the workplace. While everyone doesn’t choose to drink it, it’s the perfect pick-me-up.
Interestingly enough, there’s an ideal time for a coffee break. If you go for a cup of java around 2 p.m., you’ll likely catch yourself before energy dips.
More than half of workers would rather have a coffee break than a snack break, and 36% of millennials say they use breaks to network with coworkers.
If you choose to go for a cup of coffee, chances are you aren’t happy with one: 61% of people need at least two or more, and 46% of people report feeling less productive without caffeine.
So what does this mean for business owners? Providing a quality coffee or tea machine in the office saves your employees time and money and makes them feel like you care.
Coffee in the workplace seems like a no-brainer, so forward this infographic to your boss and ask them to make it happen. In the meantime, check out the ultimate guide to drinking coffee.12.3k