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The terms perks and benefits are sometimes used interchangeably, but for our purposes, benefits are generally a form of non-cash compensation that cover basic needs. If not offered by the employer, employees would likely have to fund them on their own.
Employee Benefit insurance. After salary, this staple benefit is of the utmost importance to many job candidates and typically includes medical coverage for employees and their families. In our survey, this benefit came in at No. 1, with 81% of employers offering it to their staff. We provide Health Insurance, Personal Accidental Insurance, and Term Life Insurance for all our employees with best coverage among insurance broking companies.
Flexible schedule and telecommuting. More and more companies allow employees to choose their own schedule, within reason. This typically means a compressed workweek (e.g., four 10-hour days) or flextime, where employees can choose to work, say, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. rather than an 8-5 schedule. The ability to telecommute — and avoid sitting in traffic — one or two days a week is also big with workers. In our survey, 50% of employers said they offer at least one of these options.
Other benefits are as follows: