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The company also hosts yoga classes at the office and outings to new museums in San Francisco. The Trade Desk (Ventura, California) The Trade Desk is an advertising technology firm based in Ventura, California.Employees get a company-sponsored season ski pass and time out of the office to shred, ride, or run. Cloud 9 Living (Broomfield, Colorado) In the past year, this sales company that sells “experience gifts” implemented a paid-time-off volunteer program in which employees get two days a year to maintain trails, teach kids to read, or help out at the charity of their choice.Employees also receive quarterly “Experience Days,” when they get time off to ski, whitewater raft, or hit the ATV track. Mountain Hub (Park City, Utah) This tech startup of 18 employees, formerly called Avatech, created an app that uses crowdsourced information about hazards like avalanches or unstable terrain outdoors from hikers, bikers, and skiers in the field.Employees also get bagels every Wednesday, “Beer Thirty” on Thursdays, and Summer Fridays, a program that lets employees leave at noon. Team Snap (Boulder, Colorado) Seventy-five percent of the 60-plus-person staff at this tech startup work remotely, and in the past year, management has invested in office equipment for them.The company’s sells time-management software that clubs and organizations use to streamline registration and build rosters for YAFL teams, plus intramural and office leagues.
A “culture wall” is where employees show other employees who they are outside of the office.