I also admit that I have spent zero time in any large American companies on American soil. None. So my usual mode of comparison is off here. I'm just making an observation. I will have to leave it to everyone else to give their own personal insight into American companies toilets.
Yes, toilets. Because I have used them in many of these fine establishments I have visited and I continue to be amazed at the strange Swedish signage that intrudes into the most private of actions that might take place at the workplace.
Over the years I have seen signs that I would roughly translate as:
"See that brush over there? Please use it if you make a stinky." (this next to a picture of a little boy with his diaper hanging down)
"Please leave the toilet in the condition you would like to find it."
"Here are some toilet wipes, please use them!"
"For the sake of the environment, please only use one paper towel."
"When washing your hands, please note these areas where germs tend to congregate."
See, before I started reading these signs, I was under the false impression that professional people automatically used the toilet professionally. But NO. Apparently professional people take 10 paper towels after leaving their stinkies all over the place. Apparently the bathroom at Swedish companies is the equivalent to the laundry room in Swedish apartment buildings (here there are signs GALORE - and I once made someone cry when I spoke to them instead of wrote it on a sign).