Seven Perks Leading Tech Employers Use to Retain Talent

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Free or low-cost healthy meals and snacks were “wow factor” perks in the dot-com boom of the 1990s. Now, many workers expect their employers to provide them with access to nutritious sustenance during the workday. To meet this demand, software company SAS, in Cary, N.C., has established a one-acre sustainable farm – known as The Culinary Farm – that supplies fresh produce featured on the menus at all four of its employee cafeterias.

Hiring in-demand technology professionals is only half the battle for employers. Retaining them for the long term is the other, and that can be an even more difficult challenge. To create a work environment that’s satisfying and enhances productivity – and to stand apart from competitors – many tech firms are offering creative incentives, along with generous compensation packages. In fact, many companies now share extensive details about employee perks on their websites.

Here’s just a sample of some benefits innovative technology firms are offering to their staff, as identified by Robert Half Technology.


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