It’s well-known that, like architecture, the tech field is known for a grueling work culture where 60-plus hour workweeks are the norm. Even in these environments, employees usually leave the office to sleep in the comfort of their own beds. But with a new amenity, Twitter’s new CEO Elon Musk seems to be taking this essential element of life out of the work-life balance.
Employees recently shared with Forbes that some conference rooms had been converted into bedrooms with queen beds, a nightstand, and two armchairs atop bright orange carpets. Sleeping quarters down the hall from one’s desk will reduce commuting time to one
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