I was reading an article about employer work perk.
Typical benefits of most companies offer
health plan, 401K, dental plan, vision plan, long term and short term disability, life insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, flexible spending account for health or child care, education reimbursement and retirement health benefit.
Six Johnson and Johnson regional centers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey offer infant and preschool care. Eligible employees at Fannie Mae can also obtain a loan to use toward their down payment and closing costs. At some companies, such as American Express, employees can buy vacation time with pretax dollars, using the time as an insurance policy against personal business or just to take that extended tour of Europe. SAS offes free on-site health care center, and the recreation & fitness center. In addions, SAS supplements its benefits with less expensive, "convenience benefits" which help employees take little responsibilities off their already-full plates including dry cleaning, car detailing, oil changes, hair salon, massage, seasonal tax assistance and UPS shipping.
Research conducted this year by the Employee Benefit Research Institute reported that 77 percent of workers believe the benefits a prospective employer offers are very important in their decision to accept or reject a job.
So what kind of work perks that you really want?