The way to employees’ hearts is through their stomachs!
At least, that’s what some major tech companies appear to think.
Telenews researched on the New York City offices of Yelp, Uber, LinkedIn, Facebook, Kickstarter, and Twitter. They got to know that they all had quite delightful kitchens.
From snacks to connoisseur lunches, free food is a cardinal perk in these companies.
Here’s how companies like Facebook and Twitter feed their employees:
Considering its emphasis on eatery audits, it only makes sense that Yelp’s Manhattan office would have some awesome food. The organization runs its own particular bistro, where employees can get some espresso all through the workday.
Yelp’s NYC office also has a fully stocked kitchen filled with free snacks.
In the mean time, Uber’s Manhattan office serves up free lunch every day. A representative revealed to us that a standout among the most prominent alternatives is “brunch for lunch,” which highlights fried egg whites with scallions, chicken apple wiener, and challah French toast.
Facebook’s Manhattan office is quite well-known for its food. The company staffs a culinary team that works out of a fully-equipped commercial kitchen. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in the office’s cafeteria.
Employee favorites include the pizza station, the salad bar, and the frozen yogurt, which is made in the office. The office even has a dessert chef.
There is also a plethora of snack bars placed throughout the office.
They also produce their own food. Kickstarter tends to a vegetable garden on its rooftop, where workers produce herbs, blueberries, strawberries, lavender, sage, chard, oregano, figs, radishes, squash, tomatoes, peppers, lettuces, and kale.
Twitter’s Chelsea office is proud to have an enormous café, where employees can eat breakfast and lunch for free. It’s run by Twitter’s in-house chef Mark Gandara, who formerly worked as the chef de cuisine at Red Rooster, a popular, southern-style eatery in New York City.