By DeLinda Forsythe
The workplace of today is radically different from years past where grey, beige and dehumanizing panels encouraged a relentless pursuit of productivity. Workspaces now are full of whimsy, color, fun and extravagances. As the sharing economy has evolved, employees share massive long tables. Costs for furniture and required square feet per person have radically been reduced. Employers want their people to build strong personal relationships with co-workers and stay at work long hours as part of their life style. They go to great lengths to build the most absorbing and enchanting corporate culture possible.