At top companies, hard work is key. You’re not going to be able to land and retain a role at the most well-known companies unless you’re really willing to put in your hours.
But that doesn’t mean that workers at high-profile companies never take breaks. And that’s a good thing. Taking breaks at work is pretty crucial for long-term success.
That’s why, when Business Insider tours different offices, we’re never surprised to see pretty interesting spaces for workers to chill when they need some time to recharge.
Here are some of the cool places employees at top companies can hang:
In-office bars aren't unusual. At Yelp's Manhattan office, there are of kegs on tap to help the team kick back and relax -- and throw office happy hours.
Uber's Manhattan office has its own ping-pong room. Apparently, tournaments can get pretty competitive here.
The Empire State Building office also comes equipped with its own secret speakeasy, hidden by a wall of rotary phones.
At Facebook, workers have plenty of space to sit back and enjoy the lovely office murals, created by visiting artists and employees alike.
Workers can also take a breather in this tiny room. Celebrities like singer Selena Gomez and model Ashley Graham have snapped photos in this spot and posted them to their Instagram pages.
And it's hard to beat the office's rooftop garden, where movies are screened in nice weather and there's a view across the East River.
Twitter also has a cosy basement library, where employees can check out any book as long as they leave one of their own in return.
Some of Adobe's most unique spots reference the company's history. This particular phone booth serves as a 'time capsule' for 1990 -- note the old Macintosh model running Photoshop 1.0.
The office also has an outdoor patio, where employees can work, eat, and get some fresh air. It's also a great spot for company events.
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