Amazon also has a dog deck for pets to run on their 17th floor, which has a fake fire hydrant, dog relief areas and water stations. In addition, the company offers a non-leash dog park where puppies can play on rocks and other structures.
On Halloween, employees and their dogs come together at Barktoberfest, where dog costumes range from John Snow to unicorns.
Now, you may be wondering who the dogs report to in the office. That person is none other than Lara Hirschfield, Manager of "Woof Pack" of Amazon.
"Dogs in the workplace is an unexpected connection mechanism," says Hirschfield. "I see the Amazonians meeting in our lobbies or elevators every day because of their dogs."
She may have a point. A study from the Central University of Michigan recently discovered that the presence of a dog in a group office environment encouraged subjects to be more cooperative, communicative and friendly than in groups where there was no dog.
In addition, more and more companies allow dogs in the office, although that number is still quite small. The Human Resources Society reports that 7 percent of employers allow pets in the workplace, an increase of 4 percent in 2014.
Many technology companies use workplaces that accept pets to attract generation of employees. millennium, including Google, Salesforce and Etsy. According to Glassdoor, these companies can be in something. The job site lists the five benefits of taking your pet to work: stress relief, work-life balance, collaboration, wellness, and employee retention and recruitment.
Hirschfield notes that this information is not new to Amazon. "Amazon has been dog-friendly since day 1," she says on the company's blog. "Our dogs add to the dynamic and fun energy of our workplace."
As for the founder and CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, it is not known if he currently owns a dog. However, he opened the company's annual robotics conference by taking this special puppy for a walk.
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