The Best Work Perks!
The competition for good employees is tough these days so companies are doing everything they can to attract the best talent.
It turns out that your job doesn’t have to be all work and no play, check out these perks from some of the world’s biggest companies.
How about free ice cream? Not just once in a while, every day! Ben and Jerrys, wants its employees to enjoy as much ice cream as possible so they give everyone who works there three pints of ice cream…everyday. Sounds like the perfect place to work if you have a sweet tooth.
Airbnb is all about crafting an amazing travel experience so their employees need to see as much of the world as possible, right? That’s the thinking behind the $2000 stipend given to each worker to travel and stay in an Airbnb spot anywhere in the world. And the best part? You get this every year. Just don’t work for them if you’re afraid of flying.
Johnson and Johnson are one of those companies that just makes everything, like mouthwash, baby oil, and band-aids. So, you can imagine that they’ve thought of everything for their employees including a concierge service. They will do any job you need them to so you can get ahead of all your errands while at work. They can pick up groceries, send packages and even call electricity companies on your behalf! It’s like a personal assistant but for everyone.
Your first job can often be your hardest, not just because you’re working for the first time but you usually have to move out of home and find your own place. Not if you work for Facebook. They have free housing for their newest and youngest employees. And that doesn’t mean you get an empty room. It comes fully furnished, with a fully equipped kitchen, swimming pool, hot tub and tennis court. They even pay for electricity, internet, house cleaning and cable TV. Its basically like being paid to live at your mum’s house.
Facebook and Google are among the companies that have been voted the best places to work every year, so why not start your career there and grab some perks of your own?