It happens to everyone. That time of the day or year that you feel like you cannot give anymore. But some tech companies have got it right. In order to create a stimulated work environment, these five tech companies have come up with tricks and rewards to keep their staff on top form. From lectures by Lady Gaga to being crowned the best in the office, they have thought of it all – take a look.
How would you like a year off?
If you work at Sagmeister & Walsh, you get to go on a year sabbatical every seven years. Designer Stefan Sagmeister closes his New York studio so his employees can have some RnR.
Talks from Celebrities
Working at Google doesn’t just come with the coolest offices in the world, you also get talks from some popular faces. The programme called @GoogleTalks has seen people like Tina Fey and Lady Gaga come in to lecture and inspire.
Getaway to Bill Gates’s office
To get creative juices flowing, Microsoft has converted the billionaire’s office into a shrine of techno-toys. The office which is now called ‘The Garage’ is used to give whoever is in it an innovative space like no other.
A little bit of free food never hurt anyone
Project management app company, Asana uses the classic food to get those ideas spinning. The office has two full-time chefs that create gourmet meals for every lunch. If the employees are still feeling ravenous they can help themselves to a wall of chocolate or the sterling Scotch collection.
Be the King or Queen of the office.
GitHub, a web-based hosting service, crowns a King or Queen of Developers every month. The developer is then able to run the help desk, which for them, is a wanted achievement.
[Source: Business Insider]
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