Ad Age 2019 A-List no. 6: Work & CO

September 10, 2019

“We try to avoid that word [culture],” Sheehan says. So if you’re the kind of person looking for ping-pong tables and meetups throughout the week, Work & Co might not be the way to go. “We’re not trying to create an environment or quote-unquote ‘culture’ where [people] feel like they have to stay later because other people are staying late,” Sheehan says. “We’re really trying to encourage people to go home to their family, go home to their friends, go home to whatever they’re passionate about outside work and make sure that’s a priority in their lives.”Ad Age 2019 A-List no. 6: Work & CO

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