Eating lunch with colleagues is a regular occurrence in most office environments. Not only is this good for employee wellbeing, but it builds better relationships among teams and also boosts productivity which has huge benefits for businesses.
Having lunch with colleagues is a fairly enjoyable affair until the onus falls on the same employee to order food for the team each week – and this results in them being out of pocket at the end.
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