I hope it's still alive,
It's definitely a fern, which usually grows beneath the canopy of trees where it's usually shaded and humid. Picture a walk through a misty forest, full of moss and ferns in their home. Humidity and mild lighting are key. Keep it away from ceiling lights because they're fluorescent lights which are actually used in horticulture to cultivate seedlings and propagate cuttings. Keep it about midway from ceiling lights, away from any direct sunlight and mist it with a spray bottle two or three times a day.
Oh and this applies to all plants, Please do not over water them, it will drown and the roots and they will die, roots require oxygen(or can live in high amounts of dissolved oxygen in the water which must be maintained at certain temperatures ), only water when the soil feels almost dry to the touch, but if you can, one watering every 4-8 weeks, depending of type of plant, you want to thoroughly flush the root system out with mildly fertilized water using a fertilizer specified for the type of plant you're caring for, in usually half the dose specified on the package because with fertilizer more is BAD.
I hope I could help. :)