MicroMarkets increase employee satisfaction

How MicroMarkets Increase Employee Satisfaction And Recognition

MicroMarkets increase employee satisfaction. It’s true! When employees feel valued and appreciated, their job satisfaction and productivity rises. They’re motivated and willing to go that extra mile to make sure a job or a task is completed.

MicroMarkets are a great recruitment tool as well. The open layout, easy to use technology and product variety are just some of the reasons why customers are attracted to them. Incorporating MicroMarkets into rewards and recognition programs will show employees that employers care, by using one the highest traffic areas in their office: the break room!

MicroMarkets increase employee satisfaction and can help employers build or enhance their employee recognition program. Here are the top 3 reasons why:

Convenience: In-Office Eatery

What’s better than having everything all in one workplace? Nothing! MicroMarkets allow employees to stay on site and enjoy their lunch, or grab a quick snack between meetings – all within their office space.

MicroMarkets reduce the amount of time employees spend away from the workplace. Less time spent driving to get food, means more time for socializing with co-workers, which in turn, reduces tardiness and increases happiness!

MicroMarkets increase employee satisfaction

More Variety: Fresh and Healthy Foods

Traditional vending machines tend to offer packaged snacks that are not great when it comes to nutrition. Some items are full full of sugars and dubious ingredients that leave employees without the sustenance they need to keep energized and motivated throughout the working day…

MicroMarkets, on the other hand, provide a wide variety of those fresh, healthy foods and beverages that a busy body needs to perform to its maximum potential.

Fill your MicroMarkets with fresh salad and fruit; with sandwiches or sushi! Be sure to get to know the characteristics of the consumers at each of  your locations so you can provide them with exactly what they want.

Open Anytime: 24/7/365

Most workplaces today offer flexible hours, which means that employees work at different times throughout the day –  and even during the night.

By providing an unattended, in-office retail store, with self-checkout technology and cashless payment option, MicroMarkets can accommodate any work schedule and prove once again that MicroMarkets increase employee satisfaction.

MicroMarkets increase employee satisfaction

Customers can easily and quickly walk up to the MicroMarket, grab the items they want and then simply use the self-checkout kiosk, 24/7/365 days. They are a a great stress-reducing addition to the workplace because they take the worry out of re-fuelling.

In conclusion, today’s employees, wherever in the world they may be, want access to the latest technology and the best perks in their workplaces. MicroMarkets tick those boxes – and how!

*To learn more about how MicroMarkets increase employee satisfaction and recognition programs, contact global MicroMarket leader 365 Retail Markets, HERE.
MicroMarket Microscope One, a round-up of global Micromarket news, is HERE

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Planet Vending’s Editor is Ian Reynolds-Young and it’s Ian’s unique writing talent that has made PV what it is today – the best read (red) vending blog in the world, and vending’s best read (reed). Ian ‘tripped and fell into vending’, in the capacity of PR executive, before launching a specialist agency, ‘reynoldscopy’, dedicated to the UK Vending business. The company continues to represent the interests of many of the sector’s leading brands.

‘It’s all about telling stories’, he says. ‘We want to make every visit to PV a rewarding experience. By celebrating the achievements of the UK’s operating companies, we’re on a mission to debunk the idea that vending is retailing’s poor relation.’

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