There are some companies who’ve clearly thought about their benefits packages. They are usually the businesses you’ll see receiving rave reviews from their employees and topping lists of best places to work.
Here are a few businesses — of all sizes, covering a wide variety of industries — that seem to be getting it right when it comes to offering benefits.
There’s a reason this toy-wagon maker has been going for almost a century. It attracts and retains employees with a wide range of great benefits like flexible working and generous maternity leave as well as some fun perks like free fitness classes.
Facebook’s employee benefits are widely praised, even those they o er interns. They provide interns with a competitive benefits package which includes health care coverage and free housing.
PPR Talent Management
Staff at this recruiting firm benefit from unlimited paid time off, as well as salary continuation up to four weeks for personal sickness, disability, injury or medical leave.
Etsy came in 6th on the 2015 Great Places to Work medium company list. Sta enjoy a great mix of quirky and practical benefits – from dog-friendly o ices (their employee directory even has a page dedicated to employees’ dogs!) to paid sabbaticals, blood pressure screening and 100% employer-paid standard medical and dental plans for both employees and their dependents.
Following in the footsteps of tech giants like Google and Facebook, this gaming company uses a range of unusual perks to keep its employees happy. On-site massage therapy, free lunches, fitness classes, car washes and dry cleaning services are all offered.
The company benefits are surely one of the reasons why a massive 97% of employees at Snagajob say they feel proud to work there. In addition to three free days of backup childcare a year, workers are matched up to 6% in their 401(k) plans.
Follow their lead!