You've heard of bringing your kids to work, but how about your parents?
Lynnette Tay, a sales strategy and operations associate at LinkedIn's Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore, admitted she was nervous before her parents arrived for their first time to her workplace.
"They come from a culture where work is work and it's kept very separate from fun," Tay told CNBC in her office which boasts everything from ping pong tables to free breakfast and lunch. "I didn't know how they would react to such a different environment."
With her laptop in hand, Tay gave her parents the full tour of her desk space, game rooms, company gym, and cafeteria and lounges. She also introduced them to her colleagues and boss along the way. "For them to see it for themselves, I think it's an experience that they won't forget."