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  1. Blog
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  3. August 7, 2023

26 Companies Offering Unique Benefits & Perks

Hello, massage chairs and free diapers

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A great job is about more than simply the tasks you complete. It's about the support you receive and the environment you thrive in. Companies are redefining the employee experience through benefits and perks, going above and beyond to attract and retain top talent.

Your career should be as rewarding as it is inspiring. For example, every August 4 at InHerSight, all team members enjoy a well-deserved day off to indulge in their favorite treats on National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, our designated company holiday. But that's not all—employees also receive batches of delicious chocolate chip cookies in the mail. If that’s not a unique (and delicious!) perk, I don’t know what is. 

Whether you're seeking a company that fosters personal growth through craftsmanship stipends or one that celebrates time off by helping to pay for your vacation, you're about to discover a whole new level of workplace satisfaction. Let’s uncover the quirky offerings that set these workplaces apart, proving that a job can be more than just a paycheck.

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26 companies offering unique benefits and perks

1. AT&T

What they offer: Employees get discounted access to the latest and greatest AT&T products and services—plus other awesome items, like tickets to live events.

2. Bandwidth

What they offer: Employees can earn an extra day of paid time off for completing the company’s quarterly mind, body, spirit wellness challenges.

3. Belle Haven Investments

What they offer: Every Friday, Belle Haven brings in massage therapists for in-office chair massages. 

4. Boats Group

What they offer: 32 allocated hours of volunteer time for employees to use toward any organization of their choosing. They also offer employees $500 a year to use toward certifications, tuition, conferences, or anything that helps advance their professional skills.

Read more: 25 Companies That Offer Learning Opportunities to Help You Grow

5. Chainalysis

What they offer: $1,500 per year to invest in training, conferences, courses, and tools to enrich career development. Plus, remote team members receive a monthly stipend to cover snacks, supplies, and incidentals.

6. Clever, Inc

What they offer: Unlimited LinkedIn Learning credits, a $1,000 remote work stipend, unlimited book learning credits, and an ergonomics program. Their events manager keeps the good vibes coming through regular team events, including: Trivia Tuesday, Clever Talks, annual company retreats, a Hackathon, holiday volunteer opportunities, and more. 

7. dbt Labs

What they offer: In addition to coaching and mentorship opportunities, they provide up to $500 per year to each employee to use on their own learning and development, however they see fit.

8. DriveTime

What they offer: DriveTime partners with GasHero, a service that will come to the office and pump employees’ gas for them while they work. They also provide a number of automotive discounts from companies such as O'Reilly Auto Parts, Advance Auto Parts, and

9. Dropbox

What they offer: Core collaboration hours, meaning meeting times are reserved to a four-hour block each day (9 a.m.–1 p.m. PST and noon–4 p.m. EST). The other four hours are for working on personal projects or sometimes attending to personal needs. They also offer a quarterly stipend for employees to spend on gym memberships, fitness equipment, standing desks, childcare, groceries, personal travel, and anything else that betters themselves or their family.

10. Expel, Inc

What they offer: Paid memberships to to help employees find caregiving providers for kids, seniors, pets, and more.

11. Fair Trade USA

What they offer: In addition to a “winter break” office closure from December 25 through the New Year, they offer a six-week sabbatical leave after seven years’ service.

12. Hyperproof

What they offer: Free diapers and wipes for a new child's first year. 

13. Infosys

What they offer: A Women Samaritans Network, which focuses exclusively on handling cases pertaining to women employees. Plus, their #IamTheFuture program trains women for leadership roles, and their Family Matters program promotes work-life integration through programs and workshops spanning relationships, parenting, health, and more.

14. Intuit

What they offer: A Wellbeing for Life reimbursement program—up to $1,300 per fiscal year for expenses related to the physical, emotional, or financial wellbeing of employees and their family. Plus, there are plenty of opportunities to develop skills through education platform Degreed, which curates user experiences based on their skills and what they hope to achieve. 

Read more: Want to Break Into Tech? Intuit’s Career Pathways Program Provides a Direct Route

15. JupiterOne

What they offer: Flexible paid time off as well as $2,000 annually toward the cost of employees’ vacations. Through their referral program, both the employee and referral receive a $3,000 bonus. They also offer reimbursements up to $600 per year for wellness activities, such as gym memberships, fitness equipment, yoga, meditation, sports, etc.

Read more: Inside Look: 5 Women on Empowerment, Flexibility & Equality at JupiterOne

16. Metrohm USA

What they offer: 16 hours of paid time each year to volunteer at nonprofit organizations.

17. MYR Group

What they offer: $1,000 annually ($250 quarterly) for health and wellbeing related purchases.

18. Northrop Grumman

What they offer: Access to a comprehensive database of babysitters, nannies, dog walkers, pet sitters, and caregivers. They also offer access to on-demand courses, videos, e-books, and other resources to assist you in professional development.

19. Palo Alto Networks

What they offer: Up to $1,000 per year to spend on items or experiences that refresh and bring joy.

20. PwC

What they offer: Their “Mentor Moms” program connects new mothers or mothers-to-be with another PwC mom who has already experienced juggling motherhood and career at the firm. Employees can also get personalized help with recruiting, vetting, and selecting a nanny with $300 savings on the placement fee and a 10 percent discount on the hourly rates through Bright Horizons.

21. Reward Gateway

What they offer: Unlimited free books for professional development and one fiction book per month to help employees unwind. They also offer a personal wellbeing allowance and work-from-home bundles.

22. RS Americas

What they offer: Two days of paid leave per financial year to volunteer for a chosen charitable cause. Through their Dave Ramsey Smart Dollar program, employees receive help with budgeting and financing tools.

23. SofterWare Inc.

What they offer: Employees can learn about other positions within the company by shadowing another team member. They also offer weekly yoga and meditation events in-person and virtually.

24. Vertex Pharmaceuticals

What they offer: Guidance from college admissions and financial aid experts for employees with teens preparing for college. 

Read more: ‘Everyone Gets a Seat at the Table’: 6 Women Share How Benefits & Opportunity Drive Culture at Vertex Pharmaceuticals

25. The Looma Project

What they offer: An office setup stipend and a $100 craftsmanship stipend each month to help employees pursue a hobby outside of work.

26. VTS

What they offer: Free, 24/7 support that provides employees and their partner with support throughout their entire family-building journey through Maven, a digital health platform. Maven offers care advocates who stay with you throughout the program and personally advocate for you, on-demand access to a custom network of women’s and family health providers, interactive content, and a supportive community of other parents and expert resources you can trust.

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