Sufficient time for lunch at work is important. You just need a break to recharge and not to forget to get some energy. But what are the possibilities? We explain them below.
Taking care of your own lunch
Many small businesses simply do not have lunch facilities because they are too small. There is usually a small kitchen, or pantry with a fridge and sometimes a microwave or toaster. Often the only alternative is to take your lunch from home or outside around the corner to get a sandwich, salad or soup.
An organized lunch from the company
Small to medium-sized companies often offer an organized lunch for a fixed amount per month to the employee. A lunch then takes place at a fixed time, where there is enough food and products for all employees. They arrange this online via, for example, a supermarket that delivers all the groceries, including sandwiches, eggs, toppings, vegetables, fruit and salads.
Business lunch by caterer
Another option is that the employer outsources the business lunch to a caterer. The employee can then choose whether he wants to participate. Employees indicate what they would like to have for lunch based on a menu, for example. The caterer delivers this just before lunchtime at the office.
The company canteen
A company canteen or restaurant is most common with larger companies. You can find everything here: sandwiches, spreads, soup, snacks, fruit, salads and even desserts. Usually you can pay very reasonable prices for your lunch by paying by debit card.