It has been observed that there are companies that fail to include nutrition in their wellness programs for their employees. Employers spend a lot of time and effort in improving their business procedures to make their staff work faster and more efficient. Company owners want fast results from their employees, not realizing that these workers may be already suffering from poor health. This makes the employees less productive and unwilling to perform their best at work.
Nutrition remains undervalued by employers. Managers and CEOs are missing understanding how much the quality of food that the employees consume can affect their performance. Although there are a lot of corporate programs focusing on fitness, only a few centre on nutrition.
Lunch is vital need and employees must know which food they should include in their meals. It is also important that everybody at work does not overeat during lunch or skip this important meal.
If one failed to have lunch on time or totally skipped his meal, his brain will not have the nutrients it needs to think at a level from which the company can benefit.
Companies should make an effort to educate their employees of the value of nutrition. Corporate owners should invest in catered lunches and snacks during seminars. The food served during this event should demonstrate the kind of meals that employees should opt for both on and off duty. A seminar on this subject to be held annually can make a big difference in personnel performance.