Sarah JacobsLinkedIn employees sit down for a board game during ‘InDay’ — a monthly event that offers LinkedIn employees the chance to participate in different activities and team-building exercises.
All work and no play makes … well, certainly nothing good for office morale.
Here’s what they do at the office when they aren’t working:
At LinkedIn, they have got all the basics, including a pool table, foosball tables, and a karaoke machine
Their Empire State Building office also has its own secret speakeasy, hidden by a wall of rotary phones.
On the day Business Insider visited, LinkedIn was hosting an 'InDay' -- a monthly event that offers LinkedIn employees the chance to participate in different activities and team-building exercises. This VR demonstration was one of the day's special activities.
At Facebook's Manhattan location, workers can kick back and play one of the board games waiting throughout the office.
LinkedIn employees aren't the only ones who get to try virtual reality. Facebook shares a chance at the tech, too.
In Kickstarter's Brooklyn office, workers can play Killer Queen in the office's large, homey kitchen.
Or, they can take advantage of their own rooftop garden to relax in the great outdoors (with the office dogs, too!).
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