I have 9 guys now and I will probably have double that before I outgrow this new building I'm moving into. My guys work 4-10's and in this AZ heat you know its no picnic. So I do what I can to provide the best working environment I can. Obviously that is mostly field related as that is where they are most of the day. We use an office more than most We have weekly meetings with the whole company We have educational classes We do much more paperwork than most companies to track stuff so the foremen usually spend at least 10-15 min after work talking, making lists for the next day or week. Some guys carpool and end up waiting for rides/passengers My hiring process is lengthy and involved so I want a environment that makes the candidate want this job more than any other We review and update our operation manual each winter, more meeting time. I had originally planned to add a bigger bathroom with a couple of stalls and urinals. The cost is really getting up there and while I know it will get plenty of use but is it really my responsibility? For the cost of this bathroom I could AC and put RV toilets in all my trailers. Now I have camp Dunne's in the trailers but the single stall at the office always seems to be in use in the morning and someone is always waiting. I also want to create a vibe for prospective employees that make them excited about coming to work with us. So what can I do in the office to make it cool? Ok maybe somewhere they don't dread coming into. What do you regret about your office or what would you do differently? Please give me a little background if you respond how many employees etc. Also if you are an employee of a bigger company give me the good bad and ugly of your office.