Pancakes Boost Employee Morale

Here at ServiceMaster of Kalamazoo, we like having pancake breakfasts. Why you might ask? Because who wouldn’t want to start their workday or end their workday with pancakes? So on occasion, we celebrate with all the employees and gather over pancakes and sausage in the afternoon.

Many of us bring our families, and this occasion becomes a lot more like a party than a typical pancake breakfast. Here are some of the reasons why:
1. It’s not in the morning, but rather, in the middle of the afternoon so our first and second shift employees can be with each other.
2. We have many games set up for everyone.
3. We rent a bounceland! The bounceland is always a hit with the little ones—but who are we kidding? I think the bounceland is rented equally for the adults.

Within our company, we have many divisions, and employees don’t have a chance to interact with one another every day. We have office employees at the main office from 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; although we have a 24 hour emergency water damage and fire restoration service available. Our disaster restoration technicians typically work 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Janitorial service employees don’t start until after 5:00 p.m. These pancake parties provide an opportunity for our whole staff to feel connected and boost employee morale.

We love putting on parties like this! On pancake day, all the employees are either at work early before their shift or staying late afterward enjoying food, fun, and time with co-workers. It’s a great time having family, friends, and the whole staff spending time together and getting to know one another at ServiceMaster of Kalamazoo.

We are always looking for hard-working employees. If you, or someone you know, would enjoy working for a company where employees love having fun with fellow co-workers and getting the job done at the same time, apply, or have them apply here today.

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