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9 fast food companies that give their employees some of the best perks — from a pound of free coffee a week to paid trips around the world
Fast food companies sometimes toss out pretty amazing perks in order to tempt employees into sticking around. From Chick-fil-A and Taco Bell to Starbucks and Dairy Queen, here are some of the fast food giants who can boast of standout benefits.
Amazon and Apple don’t provide employees with free lunches — here’s where their employees go to eat instead
Amazon and Apple, unlike many tech giants like Facebook, don't offer employees free lunches. At Amazon, employees tend to explore Seattle's eateries, while Apple's headquarters features a cafeteria stocked with all sorts of meals.
Apple is now worth $1 trillion. Here's a look at some of the benefits and perks the tech giant gives its employees, from celebrity-studded "beer bashes" to discounts on Apple gear.
Even if free food is on its way out in Silicon Valley, there are 3 perks employees might care about more
Free food in the office recently took a hit as several city governments in California have sought to restrict the company cafeterias of companies like Facebook or Twitter. However, according to Glassdoor's chief economist, there are 3 perks employees care more about.
Free food may become a thing of the past in Silicon Valley — but there are plenty of other incredible perks companies like Facebook and Google o...
Free food may be on its way out at top some major tech companies. But Facebook, Google, Netflix, and other companies offer their employees incredible benefits and perks beyond free food. Here are some of the best employee perks offered in the US.
WeWork bans meat at company events and won’t let employees expense meals that include meat because it’s bad for the environment
WeWork is banning meat because it's bad for the environment. The company estimates the policy will save 445.1 million pounds of Carbon Dioxide emissions by 2023.
A $35 million tech company is giving employees the freedom to choose their hours, where they work, and the meetings they attend — and it’s...
Millennials have a reputation as the "job-hopping" generation. Tech company Verve is trying to keep millennials employees on the payroll longer by offering sweet perks, such as the freedom to choose their hours, where they work, and the meetings they attend.
SteelHouse CEO Mark Douglas said the policy — known as SteelHouse Days — has led to huge jumps in people's morale and energy.
Amazon offers these perks to workers — and they reveal why cities are fighting over who gets to host HQ2
New offices at Amazon HQ2 will provide up to 50,000 high-paying jobs. These employees could be in store for some awesome perks and benefits.
Glassdoor came out with its list of the best companies in America. Here's what the employees of those organizations had to say about why they love their jobs.