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How would you feel every morning when you got up to go to work, and you didn’t even like the place where you were...
How would you feel every morning when you got up to go to work, and you didn’t even like the place where you were working? Some employers have taken this into consideration and created wonderful workplaces where you can work, relax, and have fun. It sounds like home away from home, right? Well, it is even better!
Take a look at the top 5 workplaces we have chosen for you.
Does this look like the workplace of your dreams? It is arranged as an open office environment with several separate social spaces. This place offers all employees a great way to communicate and collaborate: bright colors, green trees, TVs, and places to relax. A workspace where all your dreams can come true.
Is this really an office, or somewhere in the middle of the woods? It is not healthy or fun to sit all day in front of your monitor without being able to walk around and get some fresh air. Think Garden is a reflection of a healthy and amusing workplace. It is a building that incorporates nature: big green plants, trees, and flowers.
This looks like the most comfortable place to work; walls with different colors, nice wooden floors, and ping-pong tables for some relaxation.Check out this large open-plan office with nice natural lighting that will make you feel even more comfortable.
Six buildings under one roof; this company has decided to put an end to separate offices and the idea of one person per one office. This one big office that looks like an amphitheater has a big library, and lots of places for entertainment: table tennis, a running track, and even space for concerts and performances.
A big open office where you can play and work at the same time. There are also great areas where you can relax, skate or even try your hand at being a DJ for the day. Facebook has always cared about its employees, and continues to ask for their opinion about how an office should be.