Most of us spend a lot of time in our offices, so it's easy to get bored of our surroundings.
But, if you're looking for a change of scenery, you've come to the right place. We've rounded up 25 companies with the coolest offices we've ever seen, and they're all hiring now! Whether you're looking for ocean views, open floor plans, or amenities, these companies have you covered.
So, read on and shake up your vantage point at one of these awesome companies.
The Points Guy helps millions of readers around the globe maximize their travel experiences by providing advice, tips, and up-to-date news on travel topics from credit cards to airlines.
The Points Guy has grown from a popular blog into a full-on travel and lifestyle media platform, and its office and culture has grown with it. Employees work together in an open, collaborative environment where everyone is encouraged to pursue ongoing opportunities to learn and grow as leaders. And not surprisingly, when employees aren't enjoying the office space, they're taking advantage of the many travel perks offered by the company.
TripAdvisor is the world’s leading travel site for reviews and advice on hotels, resorts, flights, vacation rentals, travel packages, and more—so people can plan and book the perfect trip.
TripAdvisor knows the importance of creating a space where people feel laid-back and comfortable in order to keep the most creative ideas flowing freely. That's why the company's new office features everything from state-of-the-art gym equipment and an on-site culinary team to game rooms and even a private pub. Not a bad place to go to work everyday!
Asana is a web and mobile task management app—designed to effortlessly increase teamwork productivity without email.
Employees at Asana love the collaborative environment. Asana has a distinct culture with two periods—called episodes—making up the calendar year. During each episode, employees collaborate to develop product features and collectively plan Asana's future. The team also explores new creative ideas during Asana's beloved annual Thankshacking—an extra special tradition with a family feel.
TaskUs provides people, processes, and technology to power notable brands and disruptive businesses. The customer care provider leads back-office outsourcing to scale support systems and bottom lines.
When it comes to the culture at TaskUs, game rooms and office lounges aren’t defining factors, they’re just the cherry on top. At the Santa Monica HQ, it’s tempting to stick around with meditation rooms and roaming puppies—but TaskUs also strives to enrich employee lives beyond the workplace. There's even a wellness fund for physical enjoyment and health improvement.
Knotel tackles finding office spaces for business tenants. Knotel offers clients flexible leasing plans and customized branded environments that grow and shrink with the tenants’ needs.
At Knotel, perks are everywhere—it's part of the business of running HQs for large companies. Knotel employees get to participate in everything—yoga and meditation classes, speaker events on important topics, and regular happy hours. Even better, employees get to design what happens. Everyone on the team plays a role in shaping what comes to life.
6. ZX Ventures
ZX Ventures is a global disruptive growth group, incubator, and venture capital firm specializing in helping brewers around the world dream, build, and deliver innovative beverages.
Since ZX Ventures is a global organization, many employees have the opportunity to travel frequently. Maisie Devine, Head of Convenient Solutions, has been to Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and various other countries to explore different businesses, markets, and cultures while working at ZX Ventures. Her advice to candidates applying to ZX is "to be curious. When you’re interviewing, be able to articulate where you can add value and contribute to ZX Ventures.”
Pandora is a personalized radio service, available anytime and anywhere through connected devices. The company’s goal is to play music that its listeners will love every time they tune in.
Pandora believes time spent at work should be enjoyable, which is why the company offers amazing perks like Pride Marches, Diwali festivals, Bring Your Kids To Work days, and live in-office music performances. On top of that, the Pandora Employee Resource Group allows employees to create interest groups to share their passions with co-workers.
8. Custom Ink
Custom Ink offers a better way to design and order custom t-shirts for groups, companies, and events, and provides unmatched quality service, whether it’s one shirt or ten thousand.
Looking for a friendly office? Look no further. At Custom Ink, kindness is key and all achievements are recognized and celebrated. Lead Analyst, Shobana Vaheesan notes, “The best thing about working at Custom Ink is that we’re encouraged to celebrate everything that we do, big or small.”
9. Dogfish Head
Dogfish Head serves up a unique list of thirst-quenching craft brews for beer mavens who appreciate the experience that comes with sipping full-flavored pints of the world’s most social beverage.
Free beer. Enough said, right? And Dogfish Head employees get free beer with each paycheck. As if that weren't enough, the team also emphasizes creating a community by holding regular group events—such as the Post-Holiday Holiday Party, themed bashes, and weekly hang-out sessions in beautiful and historic coastal Delaware.
Workiva develops user-friendly, cloud-based solutions for data compilation, management, and analysis, offering tools that enable strategic, data-informed decision-making.
Employees at Workiva love the flexible environment. The office features an open floor plan in a space that rivals Silicon Valley’s most iconic company campuses. Employees also enjoy the office squash court, relaxation spaces, rental bikes, and cafeteria.
HireVue offers high-powered digital video and predictive analytic programs that help businesses, big or small, build and coach top teams in every industry.
Hirevue understands the need for a change of scenery every now and then. That's why they host an annual user conference for clients from around the globe. The group gathers in Park City, Utah for breathtaking scenery and educational talks that aim to disrupt the digital human resources space. Employees and customers leave the event having bonded over mutual passions and successes.
Shutterstock is an online library of 100 million royalty-free photos, illustrations, videos and music—all purchasable for creative use.
From summer happy hours to holiday celebrations around the globe, Shutterstock knows how to have fun. New York employees take advantage of the office’s game rooms, happy hours, and after-work karaoke. Holiday events have included everything from an Ugly Sweater party in Germany to Ice Skating in London. Talk about a change of scenery!
Continuum Managed Services is a leading channel-exclusive provider of IT management software and services for Managed Service Providers.
At Continuum Managed Services, there’s always a reason to celebrate, and employees are given plenty of opportunities to let loose and bond with their co-workers. Birthday celebrations take place on a monthly basis, in addition to numerous team outings throughout the year—past events have included a crawfish boil in Houston, a scavenger hunt in Boston, and a trip to Kennywood Amusement Park in Pittsburgh.
PrintFleet offers data-driven print management solutions that range from rapid assessments to advanced data collection, analysis, and support to help companies around the world power success.
PrintFleet encourages employees to maintain a work-life balance and to take time off when needed. But when employees are in the office, fun team-building activities are a regular occurrence. The activities are group-oriented and collaborative, like an annual golf tournament, game days, and the occasional white-water rafting trip. Even when the group stays in-office, card games during breaks keep the fun going.
Clearlink blends marketing, sales, and digital technology to help brands meet and build lasting customer relationships with a unified support solution focused on customer experience.
There's no shortage of perks at Clearlink, including unique sales incentives, company parties, and random extras like golf passes and barbecues. In addition, large events like the multi-day Confluence conference and the “Care To Lead” program give employees the chance to network, learn, and grow while having a good time.
16. Quicken Loans
As America’s number one online mortgage lender, Quicken Loans has a client-focused culture that ignites passion, accelerates results, and leads folks to the right decision with certainty.
Quicken Loans employees are more than just co-workers—they're friends. And there's no shortage of events for them to participate in together. Whether it’s video game Wednesdays, team lunches, or bowling nights, there’s something for everyone. Team members also like to do good together—like volunteering for local community groups or hosting a bake sale to raise money for a city hospital.
17. Earnest Research
Earnest Research is a VC-backed data innovation startup driven to change the way professionals understand consumer and business behavior.
Earnest values interpersonal relationships and has created an office where co-workers can really bond. The company regularly hosts in-office and off-campus activities to unwind and get to know each other beyond the day-to-day. That includes pizza and billiards, a round of golf in the office, Escape the Room challenges, office puppy parties, or nachos at the Green Room, a favorite local pub.
DigitalOcean offers cloud space server solutions—created by developers, for developers.
If learning is a top priority for you, DigitalOcean might be the right move. “If you love learning about new technology—and you want to try new things—we'll give you the infrastructure and support to pursue your interests,” says Platform Support Manager, Tammy Butow. Try something new at DigitOcean now.
LendingHome is reimagining the mortgage process by combining innovative technology with an experienced team to create a seamless process for home buyers and investors.
LendingHome strives to create an inclusive work environment. From town hall meetings to frequent social events and new hire newsletters, employees are encouraged to interact, relax, and unwind together. Themed events are a fun twist on casual Fridays, bowling parties stoke friendly competition, and a parody news segment at company meetings brings levity to the office.
Pluralsight democratizes professional learning by making specialized education available to everyone.
Pluralsight is not for the risk-averse. The company embraces failure, as employees are encouraged to take risks and experiment—helping them grow both personally and professionally. In addition, Pluralsight's team-first mentality creates an ego-free, welcoming environment where workers learn from each other and grow together. Take a chance and apply today!
SendGrid is a cloud-based service offering its customers fast, accurate, and cost-efficient email delivery to help their businesses grow.
Hungry for something new? At SendGrid, lunch is a lifestyle as well as a necessity, and the company—besides stocking its kitchen with tasty snacks—provides each office with a designated lunch spot, allowing each Gridder to enjoy free lunch daily. Additionally, on Wednesdays, SendGrid keeps it in house, catering lunch in all of its offices, allowing employees to eat together.
Arrow helps the world’s best technology companies and engineers turn their innovative dreams into reality by designing, sourcing, and building the products of the future.
Whether it’s attending monthly lunch-and-learns or on-site fitness classes, Arrow offers its employees a ton of amenities. And employees are also encouraged to find a work-life balance outside of the office. It doesn’t hurt that the breathtaking Colorado Mountains are in their backyard either—offering plenty of opportunities to step back from work through skiing, hiking, and exploring.
Since 1962, this world-famous retail store has combined the affordability of a discount chain with department store-quality merchandise, prioritizing innovation and philanthropy every day.
At Target, employees enjoy a progressive culture and atmosphere. Some employees have even described Target as a start-up masquerading as a Fortune 500 company. And empowerment is a huge part of the management style—as long as they’re doing good work, team members are encouraged to work in whatever way suits them best.
Hometeam combines compassion and technology to create resources for seniors and their families that improve communication, recipients’ quality of life, and the overall field of in-home care.
It's no surprise that Hometeam values teamwork. And that extends beyond just the company's mission. Hometeam promotes camaraderie in-office with monthly breakfasts, fun meeting introductions for new members, and a Rockstar-of-the-Month award—all of which creates a friendly internal community that values individuals.
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As a branded content editor at The Muse, Jennifer helps brands tell their stories. Newly based in Kansas City, when she's not out exploring and sampling BBQ, you can find her at home reading and perfecting her pasta sauce.More from this Author