an onsite gym or a gym membership?
cycle to work scheme where the subsidise the cost of the bike?
health, life, travel insurance?
healthy snacks and lunches?
financial advice or planning sessions?
social clubs and activities for teams?
opportunities to work from home or flexitime?
a day each year to give back to the community with a volunteer day?
access to counselling for you or your family?
I'll be honest: A lot of the perks we get from my company are fairly shallow "look at all the perks you get!". These perks can also be incredibly long-winded and difficult to redeem, so a lot of the times it's not even worth the effort. i.e. someone had to wait 2 months to get the free eye-test voucher.
Unfortunately, I work in a call centre, so for the majority of the employees they can't have flexitime, go home early, work what you can, etc. So the company feels it's only fair to treat all call centre employees (including us devs) with the same treatment. Though all non-call centre employees (finance, marketing, logistics, etc) have a lot of these perks.
There are a lot of improvements to be made, to be honest.
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