Welcome to DJ Food Network!
Eating healthy doesn't have to bed soulless, DJ
Food Network fills up your life with a gaggle of
delicious, healthy & portion-controlled snacks!
We are not just a box of snacks, we drive business
productivity!
O v e r l o o k e d I s s u e
Has companies overlooked the underlying key issues that results in the slow
economy & high employment turnover rate today?
Turnover is always a serious issue for employers in Singapore. According to findings
from 2015 Randstad Awards, 29% of those surveyed left their jobs due to a lack of
career growth opportunities, 26% due to poor leadership and 24% resigned as a result
of low compensation.
This means employers need to be mindful of their organizational climate and
understand the key push factors that are spurring candidates to move. The cost of
hiring and re-training a new employee (both in terms of time and resources) will almost
always be higher than retaining top quality talent.
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High
Turnover
Time spent for
training new employee
Business productivity
consistency
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High turnover rates are disruptive to business continuity, and have a direct impact on the
ROI in business.
PHYSICAL + PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH
Individual
Outcomes
Physical
Health
Psychological
Well-being
= ORGANIZATIONAL OUTCOMES
Believe in Self-worth in the organization
Increase in commitment and productivity
Increase in work performance
Decrease in employee turnover rate
It is about the minds as well as the bodies:
Organizations typically understand and are doing more about
physical rather than psychological well-being
Mental + Spiritual wellbeing is more vital than physical:
Employee naturally wants to feel appreciated, less of monetary
term but a good feeling to assure them that the organizations
want them to be a part of it. - Creating a sense of belonging
Engaged employees with high well-being are (35%) more
attached to the organization than those with lower. Esp when
employee spends 1/3 of their daily life at workplace.
Improving well-being increases employee performance
rate
W h y ?
Employee well-being has a direct impact to Business
well-being (Financial Health)
1. The biggest asset your
organization has is its people;
the biggest asset they have is
their health and wellbeing – so it
makes good business sense for
you to look after it.
2. Snacking is becoming more
common than it used to be.
According to a recent Mintel
study, 94% of Americans say
they snack at least once a day.
This trend is being driven by
millennials in particular who
understand the importance of
healthy snacking and how it
correlates to energy and
nutrition.
Can the small effort makes big impact?
With the low cost investment in people building (as compared to expensive
insurance policy) works to increase business productivity?
Office Snacks: The Way To an Employee's Heart
Providing snack foods for your employees is a great
perk, and a win-win if you know how to do it right.
1. Feeding an office can seem daunting, but the benefits far
outweigh the time and effort it takes to coordinate a food plan.
There's an art, though, to workplace snacking, and a right and wrong way to do it.
2. Boosting employee satisfaction and productivity are just the start—food also creates a happy, communal atmosphere
and can increase bonding between employees.
3. You never know what problems your well-fed, well-nourished employees will solve—or the innovations they'll
discover—as they grab their snacks, gourmet bar or some healthy popcorn from the pantry.
EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING
EXPENSIVE
Business Model / Platform
Business Demand
Is there a demand for food snacks? What are the facts?
Demand; Industry Growth
Sales of snacks account for a whopping 40% of the $370 billion U.S. packaged food
market and are set to grow 2% annually through 2019, thanks in large part to
millennials who eat more snacks than any other group, according to analysis by
Euromonitor.
http://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/R-D/Millennials-drive-snack-growth-reshape-how-Americans-eat-Euromonitor
Demand; Industry Growth
Thank you for your time
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