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If You Work for Kendra Scott, You Probably Shouldn’t Ever Leave

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Nail salon, juice bar and game room for children among perks aimed at female employees.

With upwards of 98 percent of her employees being women, Kendra Scott has outfitted her headquarters in Austin, TX with all of the amenities that her staff could ask for, as Yahoo explains. A nail salon, a juice bar and a fully equipped workout room are just a few of the features, says the article, noting the sophisticated interior that you’d expect the offices of a prominent jewelry designer to look like.

“Behind the reception desk is a wall made entirely of agate stones. The custom light fixtures in the office are dripping with stones and metals they use to create their products. There is a room full of snacks, options from floor to ceiling. If an employee has a chipped manicure (or a bad day), she can mosey on over to the on-site nail salon offering complimentary manis and pedis — with the brand’s nail polish options (coming at the end of August) on full display as you walk in. … There is a mother’s room, where moms can freely pump breast milk and store it in the fridge. There is a game room for children to enjoy while their parents are working. You’ll find a wall announcing and celebrating all the new moms in the office.”

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