Asana, GoDaddy, and Southwest Airlines offer life coaching and consulting services, while international travel increasingly is becoming a thing. Buffer employees go on three international retreats per year, trekking from Thailand to South Africa. According to Glassdoor, about 11 percent of employees have beer available at their offices, including Acquia with beer on tap and Neoscape with in-office keg; WeWork co-working space has prosecco on tap in its London office. Meanwhile, Google, Buffer, Zappos, Twitter and others offer nap rooms, massages and acupuncture. More seriously, Showtime Networks, Prudential and other employers are helping their workers care for their aging family members — from providing hundreds of hours of free backup dependent care to matching a percentage of funds contributed to flexible spending accounts for dependent care. When it comes to benefits, there’s a disconnect between what employers provide and what workers want, according to Menlo, California-based Robert Half global staffing firm. Among responses from more than 1,500 workers and more than 600 human resources managers in North America, 88 percent of companies provide health insurance and 80 percent provide paid time off, but fewer than 20 percent offer shorter workweeks or remote work options, which are the most sought-after non-monetary… Read full this story
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