• Laura Bennett

What Benefits and Perks Are Being Offered to PR and Marketing Professionals? Here’s the list!

With thanks to Dennis Spring of Spring Associates, Inc. here is their ever-growing list of 91 benefits being offered to PR and marketing communications professionals.  To learn more about Spring Associates, specializing in executive recruiting in PR & corporate communications, here is their website:  Website: springassociates.com                                  Bucket List of 91 Benefits and Perks

  1. Assistance with continuing education courses

  2. Assistance with student loan debt

  3. Birthday off

  4. **Biz class seat for 3 hour+ flight

  5. Casual dress policy

  6. **Charitable matching contribution

  7. Childcare

  8. *COBRA (need 20+ employees)

  9. Clothing allowance

  10. Commutation assistance

  11. **Commuter card

  12. Company credit card

  13. Company smartphone or laptop

  14. **Country club membership

  15. Defined benefit pension plan

  16. Defined contribution pension plan

  17. Disability insurance

  18. Employee assistance program

  19. **Employee referral bonus

  20. Employee stock purchase plan

  21. **Employer funded annuity

  22. Exceptional service bonus

  23. Expense account

  24. *Family and medical leave

  25. Family (or pet) to work days

  26. Flexible work schedule

  27. Food discounts

  28. Free admission to specified museums

  29. **Free coffee

  30. Free massages

  31. Free parking

  32. Golden parachute

  33. Grooming allowance

  34. Gym membership

  35. Health insurance

  36. *Health insurance for companies (with 50+employees)

  37. Health savings acct (HSA, FSA, HRP & HRA)

  38. Holiday parties

  39. Hybrid car allowance

  40. Jury duty supplemental payment

  41. Lactation room

  42. Liberal vacation policy

  43. Life insurance

  44. Matching charitable gift program

  45. **Monthly car allowance contribution

  46. **Monthly mobile contribution

  47. New business commission

  48. On-site amenities, e.g, haircut, spa, cafeteria, dental care

  49. Paid association membership

  50. Paid holidays

  51. Paid internships

  52. Paid family leave

  53. Paid holidays off

  54. Paid legal costs for H-1B visa

  55. *Paid maternity leave

  56. Paid maternity leave (less than 50 employees)

  57. Paid or unpaid sabbatical

  58. Paid time off for bereavement

  59. Paid time off during summer

  60. Paid time off to join protest rallies

  61. Paid volunteer time off

  62. Performance bonus

  63. **Productivity contests

  64. Profit sharing

  65. Relaxation lounge

  66. Relocation assistance

  67. Retirement savings plan

  68. Semi-annual performance review

  69. Service recognition awards

  70. Severance pay

  71. Sick and personal days

  72. Sign-on bonus

  73. *Social security, Medicare & FICA

  74. Sponsor approved college degree programs

  75. Stand-up comedy training

  76. Stock options

  77. Summer hours

  78. Team-building company retreats

  79. Telecommuting options

  80. **Tenured sabbatical

  81. Tickets for sporting events

  82. **Travel retreats

  83. Tuition assistance

  84. *Unemployment insurance

  85. **Unlimited vacation days

  86. Vision insurance

  87. **Weekly happy hours

  88. Wellness pay

  89. Work remotely

  90. Workers’ compensation insurance

  91. Yoga breaksTOTAL = 91 * = government mandated ** = added since 08/03/17

A great list, helping employers better understand what they are up against as we compete for the best candidates!

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