Organizations often miss out on hiring great talent because they don’t have enough in their hiring budget to match the candidates’ expected salary. Although making more money seems to motivate many candidates to leave their current role, there are many other perks and benefits that might entice them to make a move.
A survey, conducted by Fractl, of 2,000 U.S. workers revealed that second to health benefits and insurance, flexible hours were heavily considered when deciding to take a lower salary position versus a higher one. Benefits can sway many potential direct-hire candidates, but company perks are usually available to all types of employees.
Companies can entice potential candidates with several perks if they don’t want to or can’t pay more for their salary. Perks are like the extra toppings a company or organization can offer in addition to an employee’s salary or hourly pay. Large companies like Facebook offer 17-week maternity/paternity leave and on-site health care according to Glassdoor. Who wouldn’t want something extra at their job that could enhance their overall performance?
These are the top 10 perks companies all over the United States are offering their employees. Just one of these could make all the difference to a potential employee. Taking the time to get to know what would entice your candidate is a must when recruiting top talent.
Although not every company can offer these kind of perks, at least a couple are obtainable by event he smallest of companies and might be of interest to you. It could even be better than getting an extra $5,000 more in your salary. The benefits of these perks could make up for that shortage physically, mentally and financially. Find out what our clients are offering to get the best talent on board. Contact Micro Tech Staffing Group to find your next opportunity.