Employers often invest in products and services that support their staff, boosting productivity and morale in the workplace. From trainings to office furniture, this kind of investment pays off in uncountable ways. But have you considered how dehydration may be impacting your employees?

Studies have shown that 75% of Americans may be chronically dehydrated, which means there’s a good chance that a majority of your staff is as well. What you may not realize is that this dehydration is affecting the morale of your employees and your bottom line.

Help your employees stay healthy

Many managers and business owners don’t think to include water purification in their budgets, simply because tap water seems sufficient. But tap water doesn’t deliver the good-tasting refreshment that employees are looking for, meaning that more often than not they will choose dehydrating drinks like coffee or soda instead.

The hidden cost of dehydration

Dehydration is far more dangerous than most people realize. Because water helps you absorb the vitamins and minerals in your food, dehydration can actually make you malnourished. This can impact everything from concentration to mood. Dehydrated employees are more likely to:

  • Call in sick more often
  • Have difficulty collaborating and working in a team
  • Process information slowly

Dehydration ultimately costs you money and hurts your employees careers.

The Pure Office Water difference

How can you turn your regular tap water into water with that mountain spring taste that everyone craves? C.A. Reding’s Pure Office Water Solutions Division can do just that. With an innovative four stage filtration process, our Pure Office Water delivers oxygenated water and eliminates the need for bulky five gallon water jugs that traditional coolers use.

Improve the health of your office today by calling C.A. Reding.