Millennials entering the workforce today are lured with perks that were unheard of years ago, including pet insurance and paid time off to volunteer.
Although Google may have started this trend, many others have followed suit. Here are five companies with perks that rival Google's:
The social media giant offers interns free housing and shuttles to and from work, so they don't have to pay for gas, Glassdoor reports.
Chieh Huang, CEO of the household goods and grocery e-tailer, made headlines in 2016 when he offered to pay up to $20,000 for employees' weddings. Today, this is now a company policy for all full-time employees.
The company also covers four years of college tuition for the children of employees, excluding room, board and books.
The streaming service offers employees up to one year of parental leave after a child's birth or adoption. While on leave, workers receive their normal pay.
While they may work grueling hours, Goldman Sachs employees are given ample opportunities to unwind. The bank offers daily pilates and tai chi, bubble tea in the cafeteria and an all-night scavenger hunt, according to Time.
The retail giant offers 20 weeks of paid parental leave and even pays for its employees' spouses who do not work at the company to take time off.
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