Hybrid work is here to stay. More than 90% of employers are using a hybrid approach for knowledge workers this year. To adapt to an evolving workplace landscape, organisations are experimenting with different ways to engage employees.
Businesses are now offering a number of new amenities and benefits, from wellness stipends to redesigned office spaces to food and meal programs. Meal programs or one-off meal delivery options allow employees to have lunch with colleagues, grab coffee with clients, or prepare for a meeting with a late-night team dinner, together.
Our job begins when your teams are hungry, and it’s not finished until they’re full. If you’re placing a group order, Uber for Business can help. The platform provides an elevated experience, from ordering in the dashboard to delivery to your team, thanks to priority support, access to top-rated couriers, and more. Here are a few of the ways Uber for Business helps provide a best-in-class experience, whenever or wherever you’re feeding your organisation.
Extensive restaurant selection
With over 825,000 merchant partners in more than 6,000 cities across 6 continents, there are plenty of restaurant options for your team to choose from. Whatever the mood or location, Uber Eats has something to offer.
Take care of whatever your team needs, and plan for a variety of events using the multi-cart feature. You can place orders for different groups or teams from one Uber Eats account by creating multiple carts—even creating carts and saving them for later if needed. Then check out whenever you’re ready.
Uber for Business users have access to premium support agents by phone, live chat, or in-app support. Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Uber for Business is a global platform for all of your business needs. Learn more about Uber for Business and our meal solutions.