I mentioned to a HR attorney that I was waiting in an office when a masseuse strolled in to massage the staff. Apparently this is not uncommon anymore and a way to "reduce employee stress." No clue if it's the employee or employer paying for it.
Now, I'm a huge fan of spas ... but I think it's weird to have massages in the office. Actually, having an "in-office pedicure" while on a conference call could be very efficient. If massages are okay, what about pedicures?
Would it be inappropriate to have the masseuse arrive during a Directors meeting to sort of work the room?
What do you think: In-office massages - Yes or No?