Irish Twitter chief's plea to companies: Show foosball the red card
Stephen McIntyre warns genuine office culture is not a window dressing exercise
Ireland's Twitter boss has revealed he "cries a little inside" when he hears of traditional companies investing in foosball tables.
Stephen McIntyre, vice-president for sales in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said a company’s culture does not to refer to “cringe-inducing posters”, “pool tables”, “brightly coloured offices” or “indistinguishable corporate values that many firms have on their websites”.
McIntyre told businesspost.ie: "There’s no right...
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