Employees sharing a meal is a fairly mundane event, but Cornell researchers see such activities as crucial to enhancing organizational productivity, employee bonding, and team effectiveness.
They believe their discovery has implications for any type of organization. Eating as a group is a primal behavior, and researchers believe it naturally creates deeper, more cooperative bonds.
How can your team or work group take ad-vantage of this discovery for the benefit of your work organization and your personal job satisfaction?
Source: UTEAP Frontline Employee February 2016