Dot Foods Reveals Its New $3 Million Breakroom Project

Dec. 15, 2017

According to the Herald-Whig, Dot Foods expanded its frozen warehouse breakroom at the company's Mount Sterling facility in Illinois. The breakroom is used by 400 employees and now includes leisure activities such as ping pong, billiards tables and big-screen TVs on the walls. In addition, traditional vending machines have been replaced with a new market vending system – a series of refrigerators offering fresh food. This helps to create a good culture for the company's employees.  

Editor's Insight: This is a great example of how the attitude towards the breakroom is changing. More companies are looking at the welfare of their employees outside of just benefits, and the breakroom is a place to create a comfortable atmosphere to show employees they are appreciated.