Companies continue to create innovative workplaces to attract and retain top talent. Business Insider has taken a look at some of the coolest spaces and invites us to take a peak inside:
Cube farms with fluorescent lights may describe the majority of today's American offices, but increasingly savvy companies — especially in tech — are creating newer, cooler, and more innovative spaces for their workers.
"They understand it can help recruit talent and foster creativity among employees," says Scott Dobroski, Glassdoor's career-trends analyst. "Employees often feel more creative and innovative when they're in a physical workplace that supports this same sentiment."
With the help of Glassdoor, a jobs website, we found some of the coolest and most unique and functional spaces for employees to work and play.
Zappos introduced a UFO-shaped conference room in the center of its courtyard that could be booked for meetings.
Remote employees can wheel around Square's San Francisco office and attend meetings with the help of robots.
Explore more cool offices here.