If you worked in these TV offices, would you dread Mondays or love your workplace?
Would you like to help your boss run for city council? Process orders on paper, fight for legal justice or fix computers for a living? From comedies to dramas and sitcoms, take a look at these best and worst TV Offices to work in!
Working for the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana seems pretty cool! The office space at the City Hall doesn’t look too appealing, but the team are all friendly (even Ron), and Leslie Knope would make a great although demanding boss! The Parks Department is also no stranger to fun days and events, our inflatable assault course and side stalls would have made a great addition to their Harvest Festival entertainment, right before Lil Sebastian!
Don Draper’s office in Mad Men may look super swanky and the glory days of advertising would have been an exciting time to work and play. Still, some of the office politics and casual sexism in the workplace should definitely stay in the 1960s!
The Office delivers hilarious insight into the corporate culture and would actually be a pretty special place to work. Michael Scott is head of the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company and is the self-proclaimed ‘World’s Best Boss’. The work may be boring, and the boss may be cringy, but it seems The Office employees are a devoted workplace family plus their team-building activities look crazy!
The original The Office follows the day-to-day lives of employees at the Slough branch of the Wernham Hogg Paper Company where “life is stationary”. It’s not the most exciting place to work, and David Brent may be a painfully awkward boss at times, but at least he tries!
We think the forgotten IT department at Reynholm Industries would be a pretty cool place to work. The job isn’t too demanding and more often than not any tech-related queries from the above floors can be answered with ‘Have you tried turning it off and on again’? They could maybe do with more sunlight, and Moss’ quirky and often socially inept behaviour can cause some minor issues, but on the whole, it’s a pretty ideal office workplace.
If you’re talented like college dropout Mike Ross, it’s possible to get a job at this New York City law firm without ever having attended law school. It may mean keeping a few secrets, but if you’re a legal genius, it could be the perfect office for you!
Whatever your office environment is like, and whether you’ve got a boss like David Brent or Denholm Reynholm, you and your team deserve to be rewarded for all of your hard work and to make long-lasting memories at your next corporate fun day.
Whether you’re a dream team or slightly dysfunctional, the team-building activities and entertainment available nationwide from Odin Events is sure to bring you and your fellow employees closer together and offer a welcome break from dull training days and the pressures of the office.
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