LinkedIn Events Articles

  • blopez

    InDay Games

    August 1, 2012

    On the second anniversary of inDay, and also Opening Ceremony Day of the XXX Olympics near our office in London, LinkedIn celebrated by holding our 2012 Global Office Games.  This global competition included participants from LinkedIn offices in India, Australia, Canada, Brazil, and the United States, who competed in events like Office Chair Races, Rubber Band Archery, and Wastebasket Shootout. As crowds of employees gathered to see what the heck was going on, the competitors geared…

  • jamesscesa

    On June 4, 2011, my family was celebrating Dad’s 60th birthday at a summer BBQ. My brother-in‐law and I jumped on 2 motocross dirt bikes, as we always like to do, for a spin around the private drive. When heading back toward the party, the new road tires hit some gravel and I lost control of the back end of the bike. By the time I regained control, I was no longer in line with the road, and instead hit an old rusty guardrail head on.  After spending several weeks in the hospital…

  • Jim Brikman

    Once a month, we set aside a Friday for employees to focus on investing in themselves and their community. It’s a day to spend time outside their daily task list. Check out other InDay posts here. – Ed.  Every company is hungry for innovation. At LinkedIn, we’ve cooked up something we call the “Innovator Challenge,” which has been tremendously successful at bringing out new and disruptive ideas from every employee at the company. It’s a one-day…

  • Guest Author

    LeWeb, Europe’s largest Technology Conference, is back this week and we’ll be making our second appearance at the gathering starting tomorrow…

  • Michael Susi

    Ed. note: We held our 1st WimbledIn Tennis Championship at our last InDay. Given the curiosity around the event, here’s a lighter take on it from our…

  • lukebaxterli

    Once a month, we set aside a Friday for employees to focus on investing in themselves and their community. It’s a day to spend time outside their daily task…