Talk about differences in corporate cultures: there is serious and there is not.
And from the not department comes this new video from Groupon.
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It’s a tour of the company’s new office space aimed at people already employed with the company (some not in Chicago) as well as potential employees.
It was made internally by the company’s editorial department (where one job ad says candidates should possess “an intolerance of inaccurate data that borders on hatred.”)
Dan Jessup, Groupon’s head of people strategy, tells me it was based on “old Walt Disney promotional VHS tapes that inspired kids to go to Disney World.”