Does your office have unusual amenities?
Kitchen and volleyball court at the Edelson law firm in Chicago. Photo courtesy of Edelson.
In the last couple of months, the 27-lawyer, Chicago-based Edelson law firm unveiled a revamped office complete with street-art murals, a virtual driving range and a volleyball court in a bid to appeal to millennials.
They’re not the first in the legal industry to go this route—Clio moved into a space in 2012 featuring a room with a ping-pong table, foosball and video games.
And in 1999—before millennials were in the workforce—Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott had a climbing wall in the lobby of its Denver office. (The firm left that office behind in 2016, BusinessDen reported at the time.)
This week, we’d like to ask you: Does your office have any unusual amenities? If so, what are they? If not, do you wish it did, or would you rather work in a more traditional space? Answer in the comments.
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