Mar 22, 2019 · Over the past 18 months, the company has been experiencing 100 percent employee engagement in the free food program, with 92 percent choosing the personalized experience. The results have shown that people often make the best choice if it’s the easiest choice.Author: Amanda Carlson-Phillips
Giving away a few free meals a day is a de miminus expense. A food business will probably discard every day more than it could give away to cops. So for the business, it’s a no-brainer. However, for the cops, if it’s routine, it can be viewed as a bribe, or worse, as a protection racket.
Yes, the officer gets free food, but the business gets free security. So, for a paultry three meals a day, per officer, they get cheap protection that keeps the police in their business most of the time. Not only does this ward off crime but it decreases response time to their business, should something.
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