Why You Need a Water Dispenser in the Workplace?
There are a number of very good reasons for providing a water dispenser in the workplace. First, the human body is made up of around 70% water. A drop of just 2% in body water affect’s concentration, the ability to learn and, not surprisingly, mood. So keeping water levels up is essential.
It should be in the company’s interest to supply fresh drinking water to employees, and it is a simple courtesy to offer fresh water to visitors. After all water is fundamental to sustaining life, without it, you’d die!
Of course, you can provide water from the water tab in the toilets or kitchen (umm, nice!), but water treatment tends to give most tap water an unpleasant flavor and smell or even make it downright undrinkable. In addition, because it might be safe, does not mean it is nice.
There are some good business reasons why you need a Water Dispenser. Employees who experience minor levels of dehydration can suffer loss of concentration. Studies in some of the world’s largest employers such as General Motors, Procter and Gamble and Johnson & Johnson have shown that easy access to fresh drinking water in the workplace makes a measurable difference to employee morale as well as performance, some showing a 3 to 1 return on investment in equipment costs. Therefore, a ready supply of water keeps employees hydrated, happy and productive!
I have some personal questionability about the quality of mineral water, knowing what I know about it is source and how the industry certifies it. Check out our FAQ section to find out why I (personally) would never drink mineral water.
So the ideal solution is to provide a bottled Water dispenser in the workplace. A convenient hot and cold-water cooler is the ideal way to address all the above and allows the staff to make cold drinks or have a quick cub of tea.
So what does a Water Dispenser do and why does it work?
A Water Dispenser is designed to provide a continuous supply of drinking water in the workplace. Some provide water at room temperature; others can chill the water to make it more refreshing and are called Water Coolers, and some can heat the water to almost the boiling point suitable for making hot drinks. At HappyWater, our most popular Water Dispenser is the Hot and Cold model that allows drinking cold water for hydration and refreshment but also lets employees make a hot muck of Team, Milo or some cup noodles.
The water comes from the space saving 5-gallon or 3-gallon HappyWater bottles, so that you can have the peace-of-mind that you, in fact, drink clean water.