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  • LeanBox kiosks join the workplace bringing healthy alternatives

    Boston Globe - 01/06/2015

    Experts list multiple benefits that can come from offering on-site, nutritious food to employees. In addition to improved health of the workforce, Leonard Glick, executive professor of management and organizational development at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business, identifies the good will. “You never know when that will pay off,” he says. “Employees stay with the company longer, put in a little extra effort for the company.”

    Glick also mentions longer-term competitive advantages. “It keeps employees in the facility, where they are likely to talk and have lunch with co-workers,” he says. “You never know what can be discovered during a literal ‘back of the napkin’ discussion.”

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