Let’s talk about office water coolers and why they are critical to productivity and the wellbeing of staff.
It’s no secret that we should be drinking approximately 2-3 litres of water a day (depending on what research you read). Now, when the body is made up of 60% water, why do we need to drink so much?
Prevent Dehydration in Staff
Naturally occurring dehydration means that we lose water each day. It doesn’t matter if we lead a sedentary lifestyle or an active one, we still lose water. Of course, the more active you are, the more water you will lose.
While office workers are often sat down for large parts of the day, they still need to regularly hydrate.
Proper hydration can increase concentration, our ability to focus, reduce tiredness and feelings of lethargy and ultimately, improve productivity. As employers, you want your staff to be on top of their game which is why you should ensure that your office staff have access to clean and fresh drinking water.
We do get some of our recommended daily intake of water through our food, but we still need to supplement this with fluids – the most efficient and effective way to do this is to drink water at regular intervals throughout the day.
Mains-Fed Office Drinking Water Coolers
Tap water can often be off-putting as it isn’t cold enough and it doesn’t taste great. Many people would rather not bother than drink water from a tap. Having water coolers in your office means your staff can refill their water bottles as and when needed.
A mains-fed water cooler means the water will never run out, you don’t have the hassle of changing water bottles and you reduce your impact on the environment. In these circumstances, everyone is a winner.
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