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Directive has been serving the Oneonta area since 1993, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

4 Reasons You Should Implement Company Lunches

“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.” – Luciano Pavarotti

While breakfast is commonly known as the most important meal of the day, lunch can be an influential part of the workday, especially where team building and morale is concerned. Here at Directive, we’ve long used our Crock-Pot Thursday lunches as a means of creating a more cohesive team.

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Hawaiian Slider Sandwiches & Garlic and Parmesan Fries

Hawaiian Slider Sandwiches made with ham or turkey and swiss cheese on a slider roll goes with homemade coleslaw, sliced pineapples, and crispy Garlic Parmesan French fries. And for a little something sweet - chocolate chunk cookies. 

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BBQ Chicken Sliders

This delicious spin on BBQ Chicken Sliders went perfectly with homemade coleslaw, sliced pineapples, and crispy French fries. Not to mention, cookies for dessert. 

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Rigatoni with Ricotta (Modified)

For this week's Crock-Pot Thursday, we added a "twist" to a Rachael Ray recipie for vegetarian rigatoni with ricotta by including sausage. Along with this dish, we had a tossed salad and Texas toast.

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Iron Chef Buffet

b2ap3_thumbnail_ChineseFoodBuffet.pngFor today's Crock-Pot Thursday lunch, we took the team out for Chinese food at the Iron Chef Buffet. We've been having company lunch and staff meetings there for years! It's crazy how the company has grown. We've gone from just needing a few tables pushed together to filling an entire half of the restaurant. 

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