If you want to keep motivating your people, it’s good to reset and re-evaluate your benefits offering to your employees. So, where do you begin? If you were to start from scratch today, what benefits should an employer offer? You obviously have your core benefits, like pension or 401(k), life insurance, health insurance, income protection, etc. But what about those things which are a bit less common? A few examples of unusual employee benefits can go a long way from turning a good scheme into a great one.
To stand out as an employer of choice and recruit top talent, your employee benefits need to be appealing, relevant, and a bit different. From healthcare, to lifestyle and leisure activities, to free food in the office, rewards and benefits are a central part of your employee experience. And adapting these to your workforce - with a centralised platform - is going to play a huge part in your employees' engagement with their benefits. Whether you operate in one country, or have a global reward scheme, whether you're recruiting full-time employees or offering flex hours; here’s a list of our top perks compiled from some of Glassdoor’s best companies to work for: