50 Employee Benefits and Perks Your Team Will Adore
Generous employee benefits or perks are not only fantastic ways to attract top-notch talent
and become the employer of choice, but they're also an effective method of taking excellent care of your people. A survey by Glassdoor found that nearly 60 percent of employees classify benefits and perks as a top consideration for accepting a job.
If you want your team to thrive, retain their creativity, and avoid burnout, implementing tactics
to break the monotony of the day-to- day grind is highly recommended. And it doesn't have to
be extravagant or cost you a fortune. It really is the little things that matter most in keeping your crew motivated and engaged.
I recently asked a group of employees — a mix of both part- and full-time staff — what their
favorite employer-provided benefits and perks are. Here are the top 50 responses.
Health and Wellness
Flexible spending accounts: health (FSA), dependent care (DCFSA), and commuter (CERA)
Gym membership discounts
Wellness coaching/weight loss coaching
Smoking cessation programs
Team yoga or boot camp classes
Onsite chair massage
Financial, Future, and Family Planning
Retirement savings — 401(k), IRA
Discounts for childcare
Direct deposit/access to pay cards
Life coaching sessions or classes
Apparel and Dress Code
Relaxed dress code
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