Job perks include: a company car, free meals, and CUDDLING BABY PANDAS!
Because the Internet can’t not meme, a week after “Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos" won over our tiny hearts, "Tiny Hamster Eating A Tiny Pizza" has arrived.
There are plenty more studies to be found extolling the stress-busting and productivity benefits of carting your four-legged friends into the workplace. And adopting a pet policy might just be the best way to attract the kind of talent your company needs, and it may improve your current employees’ productivity as well.
But just how do you set up an inclusive pet policy that will work for everyone in your organization?
Here are some tips on how to work alongside Fido and attract top talent, all without ruffling any feathers:
National Geographic photographer David Liittschwager shows us what happened when you let an ecosystem grow inside a 12” x 12” x 12” cube.
The insane victorian taxidermy of Walter Potter
Finally, a solution to one of the working world’s cutest problems — The CATable
"I want to simply offer a different view on what animals are. That they have more character and personality than we know." Read more>
Nice Nosing You is the rare set of photographs that can turn an ordinary dog into an abstract piece of art, just by finding a novel angle.
Want to be a wildlife photographer without getting mauled by angry predators? This inventor’s “BeetleCam” can get right up in their faces—and take a bite or two.
In The Other Side we look at the side projects of creatives. Here, animal lovers Emily Sheskin and Suzanna Schumacher spend their days working at Firstborn and BBMG, respectively, and their nights and weekends making rescue pets the stars they deserve to be. Read more>
The world of creative canine coiffure is a truly, deeply weird one. Last year, NYC-based photographer Paul Nathan traveled to New Jersey’s Intergroom, a high-profile grooming competition, because of course those exist, and took portraits of pooches clipped and dyed to look like flamingoes, clowns, leopards, and parrots, among other un-dogly things.
What the who?