We just played a company flag football game during lunch time pitting the east side of the building vs. the west side. Has anyone done any similarly fun things with colleagues during work hours or on weekends?
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At my current job, I went on a 6 hour hike up a mountain with a few coworkers. It wasn't a company sponsored event, but it was really enjoyable.
After I quit my last job, I got drunk had a few evening drinks with my ex-coworkers and ex-boss. That was pretty interesting.
A few jobs back (in college), my coworkers were my friends from college. Naturally I did various fun things with them (there are rumors that the CEO had lightsaber battles with one of my friends). Despite the job being utterly mind numbing (QA), it had some fun moments.
During work hours not, but we us to stay one afternoon each up and a while to make LAN-Parties in the intranet of the firm, we are usually between 7 and 12 (CEO inclusive). Cook and have dinner, beers and Video-Games or Films.
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We have a weekly lunchtime sport session. We also have occasional out-of-hours social events; this autumn we've been go-karting and outdoor laser wargaming (like paintball but not painful), both of which were excellent.
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