Unusual Workplace Perks
Employers are increasingly using unusual and unique benefits to attract top talent to their organisations. A recent study featured on Adzuna, analysed over 1 million open roles which highlighted some of the more unique perks being offered. Employers don’t need to spend big on team bonding trips to lure talents, they are now using more cost-effective benefits to reflect their companies and employee’s values.
Britain’s employers are definitely using their imagination to stand out in job adverts to attract top talent, without blowing the expenses budget.
How do hangover days’ sound? Or maybe free ice-cream to keep you cool during the summer months? Being a nation of dog lovers, not only can we get maternity and paternity but pawternity, allowing leave to help our new pets to settle in at home!
With around 26 million working days lost due to stress last year, according to the HSE, weekly meditation classes are being offered benefiting not only employees but employers as well.
Is it time to forget those expensive trips abroad, huge cash bonuses, and free lunches cooked on-site by chefs, for a low budget solution to attract your top talent?
(Recruitment Buzz 2017)