Small, neat and nimble: why one solution does not fit all
Company culture can directly affect the type and variety of food being served at small work sites. How do organisations know what is the right package for them?
Choosing a food program for smaller workplaces is a personal choice reflective of the desired culture of the company. Therefore an organisation needs to understand the workplace culture it is looking to create.
This Aramark white paper recognises that there is no standard approach to finding the right food program for small locations – the company must choose what is the right solution for its employees.
Micro-markets, food trucks, guest restaurants and the ‘true eats’ concept outlined in the report suggest options available to smaller work locations with 1,200 employees and less. However, what works for one site is not guaranteed to work for the next as cost and culture are primary drivers in what will work for a specific organisation.
Download the white paper here: Industry Insights – Small Site Solutions