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20 Companies that Raise the Bar on Job Perks

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    REI

    REI encourages its employees to get outside by offering two paid days off a year, called “Yay Days,” to enjoy their favorite outside activity. The company also provides an employee discount program for REI gear, special grants to meet personal outdoor challenges and tuition reimbursement.

    Overall Benefits Rating: 4.0

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20 Companies that Raise the Bar on Job Perks

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    REI

    REI encourages its employees to get outside by offering two paid days off a year, called “Yay Days,” to enjoy their favorite outside activity. The company also provides an employee discount program for REI gear, special grants to meet personal outdoor challenges and tuition reimbursement.

    Overall Benefits Rating: 4.0

Companies that recognize the value good employees bring to the table are often willing to provide more to attract the best talent. And employees appreciate it. According to Glassdoor.com, nearly 57 percent of people report benefits and perks as being among their top considerations before accepting a new job. In this slideshow, Glassdoor has identified 20 companies that go beyond perks like basic free food and gym membership.