Ask any group of people which company they’d most like to work for and we bet that at least one person will say Facebook.
It’s no surprise really, as the company has a strong work culture which is designed to attract the very best people to work within it.
One of Facebook’s best examples of a positive workplace culture is its desire to foster a flat organisational structure.
It uses its buildings and the space it has in a proactive manner: as open office space. So anyone from the Head of IT to the office junior could pull up a chair next to Mark Zuckerberg. Of course, whether you want to make yourself that visible or not depends on your own attitude to risk and how your work...