Being able to take a dog or a cat to work is a workplace benefit that’s offered by a number of companies. But what’s it like to work in the middle of an “office jungle” where a parrot is screeching at you instead of your boss, and a thorned lizard is watching you from the ceiling?
Why do some skyscrapers in Asia have a hole inside? What governs the seating orders in Asian meeting rooms? Why should you forget about work-life balance? You’ll find the answers in our interview with the Czech skyscraper architect Eva Le Peutrec.
Coworking giant Spaces opened its first location in the Czech Republic in October. It's housed within an elegant building Albatros on the historic Narodni Street in Prague covering 3.500 sqm on 8 floors and offering more than 400 work stations.
Company parties are the highlight of the year for every truly cool company. Everybody gathers together, the CEO sums up what a great year it was (even though two departments collapsed)... Marketing and sales make their peace, and everyone who’s only been looking at each other for the last half year finally has a chance for some touching. However...
Values, visions, plans. Every company tries to present them, but not everybody is able to project them in such a magnificent way as Nexen Tire. The stormy waves, giant projections of Prince of Persia or the dancer's musculature on a 30-meter LCD display in the public lobby give you a surrealistic impression.