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At my current place of employ, snacks are ...

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At my current place of employ, snacks are ...

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  • by LoRdTAW (99712) on Thursday February 07, 2013 @11:56AM (#42821241)

    At my work there are no snacks unless someone brings something or a customer sends a thank you package and leaves it in the break room. Every day a 10am we get a 10 minute break and a roach coach stops by so there are snacks. But Fridays are called "bagel day" as we get free bagels along with butter, plain and vegetable cream cheese. Recently they started "doughnut day". Every first Friday of the month we get doughnuts instead of bagels. I hear that the owners father who started the company used to treat all the workers to the roach coach on Fridays. Anything you wanted off the truck was on the house.

    We have a coffee machine so there is plenty of regular and decaf along with french vanilla or hazelnut creamer, non dairy creamer, milk, half and half, sugar and artificial sweetener. We also have tea. So at least there is a generous selection for coffee. We also tell customers and even delivery men to help themselves to the coffee, bagels and doughnuts.

    I always say that the coffee machine is the most important machine in the building.

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