WorkPLAYce Culture

Companies recognize the value of acting silly in the workplace

Implications - In today's turbulent employment sphere, it's important for potential employees to do more than simply "work." Companies are only interested in employees who are willing to live the brand lifestyle; to encourage this, many business owners are opening up the opportunity for employees to engage in less serious behavior while on the job.
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Corporate Hammock Hangouts - Google Pittsburgh Office Provides Workers with a Net-Like Resting Area
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Warm 31,967 Clicks Pub: Jan 12, 12
Corporate Hammock Hangouts
Google Pittsburgh Office Provides Workers with a Net-Like Resting Area
When designing an ideal workspace, the notion of including a hammock probably ranks high as a desired feature, and that’s exactly what Strada has provided for the Google Pittsburgh office. But Strada wasn’t… [More]
Workplace Viral Dance Reenactments - Fun Office Spaces Reennacted the Viral Harlem Shake Dance Craze
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Average 1,554 Clicks Pub: Feb 12, 13
Workplace Viral Dance Reenactments
Fun Office Spaces Reennacted the Viral Harlem Shake Dance Craze
The Harlem Shake dance craze is the new viral meme that is taking the Internet by the storm and is one that is especially adopted by office spaces. This hilarious Harlem shake video of the office... [More]
Unabashedly Confident Spoofs - The xoVain Editors Poke Fun at the Dove Beauty Ads in This Clip
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Average 699 Clicks Pub: May 30, 13
Unabashedly Confident Spoofs
The xoVain Editors Poke Fun at the Dove Beauty Ads in This Clip
The charmingly narcissistic self-portraits in the xoVain video titled ‘Vain Editors Describe Themselves to a Sketch Artist’ are slightly exaggerated drawings of each editor. A sketch... [More]
Massive Office Flash Mobs - Twitter Rejoices Over Justin Bieber's 25 Million Followers With a Dance
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Untested 506 Clicks Pub: Jul 16, 12
Massive Office Flash Mobs
Twitter Rejoices Over Justin Bieber's 25 Million Followers With a Dance
To celebrate Justin Bieber’s 25 million followers, a few Twitter employees decided to surprise their co-workers with a musical flash mob to the pop singer’s song ‘Baby.’ This... [More]
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