When it comes to the management style and internal lay of the land, everyone is on the same level. Individuality and creative expression trumps hardcore schedules—meaning managers focus on allocating time and building relationships instead of micromanaging individual tasks. Because the top-down leadership is so individualized, employees all benefit from professional growth tailored to their skill sets and goals.
Aside from tons of opportunities to swap ideas and attend training sessions, employees define the office’s culture as one rooted in social happenings and out-of-office friendships. Therefore, when teams aren’t attending large industry events like E3 or CES, they head to group events like Paint Night in the Park or Third Thursdays—both of which involve good food and cocktails.