Creating an Inclusive Breakroom
Across the nation, companies are making diversity and inclusion a top focus in making the workplace an even better place to be for everyone. It goes beyond team building and creating a collaborative work space, it’s also about embracing different cultures in the breakroom. Here are some quick tips to do just that:
Utensils – Forks, knives and spoons are definite necessities for any office kitchen, but make sure the utensil options include other cultural preferences as well. Chopsticks, for instance,
make a great addition!
Tea – Did you know that tea is the second most popular beverage in the world? That’s number two after water! So pinkies out… time to consider adding some hot tea offerings like green, black and jasmine tea.
Dairy – It’s true; some cultures don’t focus as much on having dairy products in their daily diets. That means options like yogurt for breakfast might be great for some, but others may be looking for dairy-free options like hot cereal without milk.
Condiments – Ketchup, mustard, mayo… what else could be added to the mix to appeal to more preferences and tastes? How about hot sauce and soy sauce for starters?
As you can see, making your whole team feel at home in the breakroom by embracing cultural differences can be simple. Let us help you in your efforts today. Contact us to learn more.