With employee retention reaching record highs during the pandemic, employers are turning to perks and benefits to engage and motivate their workforce. Beyond offering remote work as a perk, other companies are turning to unconventional perks.
15Five recently launched its initiative to offer ketamine-assisted therapy, Spotify has launched its parental leave initiative which will pay for IVF for Australian employees, Smule has impromptu jam sessions, and so on. Not only are unconventional perks a way to attract hiring talent, but they serve as a unique way to reflect your company’s brand and values. In the future of work, candidates are adamant about working at companies that reflect their values and offer flexibility.