Many people are judged on how much they earn relative to their job role and education as a formula for success. While on the surface, just having a high-paying job can be classed as being successful, but there are other factors that can mean a lot more to the employee than just their base salary.
Job perks/benefits can have a huge influence on a person’s job satisfaction and overall personal happiness.
According to a recent survey by MetLife.com, 49% of employees agree that “because of the benefits I receive at the workplace, I worry less about unexpected health and financial issues”.
Medical and financial perks have become the norm for businesses to offer their employees, and companies are starting to go above and beyond what is expected by offering benefits that are more out of the ordinary.
The infographic below details large businesses that help increase their employee loyalty and general job satisfaction by offering increasingly more rewarding job perks.
Infographic source: http://www.chairoffice.co.uk/blog/105/the-best-perks-of-the-job-infographic.aspx
About the Author:
Matt is a content writer for ChairOffice, who likes to write about business culture and job productivity.