Here at Warehouse Wars, we love a good office party. And there’s no better place to host a corporate celebration or team building exercise than at Warehouse Wars. That said, if you’re ready to party laser style, there are few rules you should know beforehand:
Don’t Tag Your Boss
Sure, your boss might be the coolest guy around. But when your paycheck and annual review depend on one dude, you probably don’t want to go ticking him or her off. But don’t let your boss win either (that’ll also tick her off). Best idea? Give him a scare but don’t finish him off.
Be Open About Teams
When you’re determining your teams at Warehouse Wars, it’s a great time to break free from your workplace silos. After all, the accounting team doesn’t want to take on the warehouse crew by themselves. Instead, make sure your teams are comprised of employees from a variety of departments or groups. This way, everyone gets to know each other.
Don’t Take it Personally
If you always thought Barbara from Human Resources had it out for you, well, maybe she does. But just because she’s tagging you like crazy doesn’t mean you can’t be friends. Hey, it’s all the more reason to tag her back – just don’t report it to HR.
Take the Rivalry Offline
Your Warehouse Wars laser tag session will come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to. Instead, find ways to bring the rivalry back to the office (professionally, of course). Las Vegas laser tag creates camaraderie, which can really boost office morale; don’t leave it at the Warehouse.
If you’ve got any inhibitions about playing with your coworkers, leave them at the door! A fun, competitive Las Vegas laser tag game is all about letting loose and ditching those inhibitions. Come to the Warehouse with an open mind – you’ll leave being glad you did.
Planning a corporate party? Give us a call today!