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20 Companies that Raise the Bar on Job Perks

  • 20 Companies that Raise the Bar on Job Perks-

    PwC

    PwC offers its employees $1,200 per year for student loan debt reimbursement. The company also offers six weeks of paid time off for both mothers and fathers after the birth of a new child or placement of a child through adoption or foster care, up to $5,000 for adoption-related expenses, backup child care and professional development opportunities.

    Overall Benefits Rating: 4.0

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20 Companies that Raise the Bar on Job Perks

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    PwC

    PwC offers its employees $1,200 per year for student loan debt reimbursement. The company also offers six weeks of paid time off for both mothers and fathers after the birth of a new child or placement of a child through adoption or foster care, up to $5,000 for adoption-related expenses, backup child care and professional development opportunities.

    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.