Saturday, June 4, 2011

A Women's Company

As I walked through the door and spotted a foosball table and two arcade games I wondered if maybe I had time warped into a Nicklecade instead of entered into a internet company who's networth just peaked in the billions. I guess games like this make a building look inviting and like a fun place to work at; however, as a woman these toys just wouldn't energize me. It made me wonder what type of amenities would be mandatory in a company run by women.

First the lounge would not be filled with silly games, instead there would probably be a lot of comfy couches where we could sit around and talk. We could talk about our children, the weather, fashion, our husbands, and our feelings. We could complain about problems and talk about all the possible solutions and instead of implementing a plan we could sit on the couches and talk some more.

There would be soothing background music that seemed to not have a beginning or end and flowed like a fountain. It would be uplifting without being indulgent. Most likely Chopin or some other Classical music from the Romantic period.

The candy machines would be filled with a variety of chocolates. From dark chocolate that is so bitter it almost burns your tongue to the sweetest creamiest milk chocolate that melts in your mouth. Of course any chocolate made in America would have to be banned because although we do so many things right chocolate just isn't one of them.

Now these would be some perks I could get used to. If you worked for a Women's company what would you add??

to be continued....

1 comment:

Scott said...

I would add massages. Definitely massages. I've never actually paid for one.. but I'm sure the paid ones are really good.


Favorite Debby quotes:

"We could talk about...our feelings."

"We could complain about problems and talk about all the possible solutions and instead of implementing a plan we could sit on the couches and talk some more."
hahaha
Maybe a company run entirely by women wouldn't work then! ;)

"There would be soothing background music that seemed to not have a beginning or end and flowed like a fountain."
So you'd hire a disc jockey! :D