Companies That Make Your Life Simpler: Perks Matter

By SiliconIndia  |   Wednesday, 05 October 2016, 04:59 Hrs
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BENGALURU: From start-ups to top notch companies today, employers and leaders place a high premium on keeping their staff functioning and happy. Some great perks are always helpful to an individual in many ways.

Glassdoor reveals, 57% of working people keep benefits and perks at the top while considering or reviewing a new job offer. People love to check out the PTO (Paid Times Off) and catered lunch policy while joining a new job place and get woozy on hearing a creative new benefit that a company would offer.

Companies are seriously stepping to the fore to make work environment comfortable and cheerful for everybody. Check some of best offerings from companies below to find your next perk-filled gig:

Maternity bonanza in Netflix

Netflix—the world’s leading Internet television network—offers one year of paid maternity and paternity leave to new parents. Parents may return part-time or full-time and even take time off from their job, as communicated.

Google’s Solidarity

Google have a provision in which they provide 50 percent of the salary of the deceased employee to the surviving spouse or partner, for the next 10 years.

Goofing off at Walt Disney

Walt Disney wants to make their employees feel as their workplace is the ‘Happiest Place on Earth'.  They allow employees, their families and even to their friends, a free admission into its parks as well as discounted hotels and merchandise facility.

Unload the loan with PwC

Many fresh grads struggle in paying off their student loans, here, PwC offers its employees a $1,200 a year strictly to reimburse student-loan debt.

Accenture’s Gender reassignment

Accenture became the first to offer gender reassignment for its employees as they show their stand and support the rights and diversity of LGBTQ.

Facebook’s Baby Cash

Facebook offers some incredible perks to parents and parents to be. Besides four months of paid leaves, you get recouped with $4,000 in "Baby Cash" after a newborn.

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