Workforce and Employment

Running tracks, sleep pods and treehouses: how companies are helping you work

Facebook boasts the world’s largest open floor plan at its headquarters in California. Image: REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Briony Harris

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Would you work better in a treehouse? Image: Microsoft
GoDaddy employees can get around on go-karts. But does it help them work faster? Image: godaddy.com
A 9-acre roof garden – the perfect antidote to too much time staring at a screen? Image: Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO
Workers in Google’s London HQ can take naps in a sleep pod Image: Reuters
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