Perks of the work place.
Employee showers The owners of Scranton Lace, who also owned a coal mine and a cotton field, certainly understood the advantages early 20th-century corporate welfare, especially during the height of the unionization movement in the United States. The facility contained bowling alleys, a gymnasium/theater, a barber shop, a fully-staffed infirmary, an event-sized kitchen, employee showers, and other recreational perks such as shuffleboard.
Companies like Google and Facebook treat their employees quite well, and these are their office spaces. Working for a company like Google has it’s perks, but moving away from traditional office environments is their key to creativity. Check out these incredible office spaces around the world from the companies you know and love. Dropbox Office [&hellip
Companies often use perks & incentives to make sure their talented employees never leave. But some of these perks mean that employees literally never have to leave... Think about it: if your laundry, food, pharmacy & bank are all under one roof, you have no excuse not to work longer & harder, right..?
"On the heels of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer decision to bar employees working from home, a new study suggests nearly half of U.S. workers would like their job less if that perk was taken away from them. In a national survey conducted among 500 Americans by SurveyMonkey, about 46% of respondents said they wouldn't be as satisfied with their work if they were required to come into the office every day. Not to mention, about 6% said they would even quit."