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Coffee Makers in the WorkplaceMany people have a coffee maker at work. This is
a great idea because it lets employees and managers alike have something in
common and lets everyone have a short break from work while they refresh their
coffee mugs. Coffee makers are used in office buildings, manufacturing plants,
and almost every type of business there is from fast food to convenience stores.
The office coffee maker is a place everyone can go and chit chat for a few
minutes similar to a water cooler.The usual office coffee maker is of the
automatic drip variety and makes about 12 cups at a time. The funny thing is,
12 cups from a coffee maker means about 5 ounces per cup. Nobody drinks that
little so you might as well assume one pot will serve 6 people. For a busy
workplace you may need a larger coffee maker to accommodate everyone and might
even decide to use a coffee vending machine. If this is owned and operated by
the company, they may lower the prices so they don't make much profit. This
will be made up with employee morale and productivity so it evens out.Many
people feel better and more alert after drinking coffee so naturally, a coffee
maker in the workplace helps everyone. The caffeine in coffee is a stimulant
and should help them feel that way. If your employee is alert, there is less
chance of incomplete work and injuries as they should be paying more attention
to the job at hand. The type of coffee maker for the workplace will need to be
discussed among all the coffee drinkers and if a fancy one is needed, everyone
should help pay for it. A normal coffee maker costs between 10 to 40 dollars
but fancy ones can be 60-90 dollars depending on the features. These higher
priced coffee makers usually come with a foamer, grinder, or some other special
feature that would cause the price to be so high. You may want to just get two
cheaper ones as there is always someone who wants decaffeinated coffee and
doesn't like to mix the two types of coffee in one pot.If you work in a large
manufacturing plant or industrial building, chances are you will have to walk a
long way to get a cup of coffee. Many of these workplaces use strategically
placed break rooms that will have an assortment of vending machines. One of
those may be a coffee vending machine or there might be a coffee maker on the
counter for employees in your area to use. Make sure you have someone clean it
before you clock out or management may take it away. I have seen this happen
before. With espresso and cappuccino becoming very popular, you might have one
of these machines in your workplace. They cater to certain people usually but
many come with a normal coffee pot on one side. This can help balance out two
distinct tastes and make more employees happy.