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Unformatted text preview: floor as the work place, there is no reason to allow excessively long lunch breaks to compensate time due to waiting on food and traffic. When I took a pole of one hundred employees of Digifast, I received some very interesting feedback. Eighty out of one hundred employees stated that they would take a shorter lunch break if lunch was provided for them. When I decided to pole one hundred different employees asking if they would be more willing to eat healthy options, and the answers were an overwhelming yes. If we can promote a healthy lifestyle for our employees, we cut back on people calling in sick. I would be more than willing to address your questions and concerns. I would really appreciate feedback on the proposal and any further ideas. Thank You, Brittanee Bernal; Resources Managers....
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- Spring '09
- Nutrition, lunch break, shorter lunch break, excessively long lunch