Nothing builds team morale quite like sharing deliciously scary treats with colleagues who are dressed up in ghoulish getups. We got a peek at how 15 companies got into the holiday spirit this Halloween. And we want to hear from you -- let us know in the comments what the festivities at your office looked like.
The event ticket platform went all out with some scary treats.
WeWork held a philanthropic event called Harlem Halloween Give Back. WeWork employees decorated for and staffed the Children's Aid Society's annual Halloween party.
Every year mobile commerce platform Button has a company-wide costume contest -- and even it's furry mascot Rocky got in on the fun.
Knotel, a company that helps business leaders find headquarters, threw a Halloween party.
Circuit Cubes, the makers ofelectronic building blocks that aim to help kids get inspired about STEM, used their product to the test to make some spooky decorations.
The Points Guy
Travel advice platform The Points Guy has some very spooky and spirited canine employees as well.
Updater, a software company that helps people to keep track of their moving to-do list, decided to go the group costume route across departments.
The employees of healthcare marketing and technology company Klick go very big with their costumes.
The employees of the Nashville-based PR agency Lowell Communications all get into the holiday spirit by wearing costumes to the office.
Full-service marketing agency Fingerpaint's employees wore a variety of costumes and will end the day with a combination party/staff meeting complete with festive treats.
The employees of non-profit Best Buddies come to work ready to terrify with their intricate get-ups.
The Tot, the premier destination that provides non-toxic and innovative products for health-conscious parents, held a Halloween party for employees and their families.
Aaptiv, a platform that provides on-demand work out experiences, saw many of its employees -- both two and four legged -- dress up for the occasion.
Blue Fountain Media
New York-based digital creative agency Blue Fountain Media held a Halloween party at the Gansevoort Hotel on Oct. 26.
The ride hailing company went for a Stranger Things theme in the decorations gracing its headquarters. The party them was inspired by Lyft's Halloween partnership with Netflix, which allowed riders in Los Angeles and Philadelphia the chance to take a free ride in Strange mode - and experience the Upside Down for themselves.