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Top companies are promoting perks like student-debt relief instead of Ping-Pong and nap pods, and job seekers are taking notice
Companies that emphasize personal and social values attract more interested applicants than those with luxurious perks, LinkedIn found.
Working at Facebook is a dream job for many tech workers. But there are plenty of reasons to leave the company, too.
Tech giants like Facebook have moved beyond beer and ping-pong to the next office must-have, and other companies are following their lead
Rooftop parks and gardens are becoming an increasingly popular office perk for urban companies, according to a New York Times report.
Most millennials and Gen Zs have never experienced a recession during their careers, and an economist says it’s changing the way people act at w...
Glassdoor chief economist Andrew Chamberlain said younger workers feel comfortable asking for perks that older generations may not have.
Haircuts, flights, and an alumni club: here are the perks members of Congress get that the general public doesn’t
Members of Congress can pull rank to receive priority for haircuts, flights, and even mail. See the perks lawmakers enjoy, some of which are for life.
"You represent the most important thing we’ve all been working toward—the future," reads the letter from Microsoft, to employees' newborn children.
A select few will join the elite ranks of being a Goldman Sachs partner.
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.