Yes, a ping-pong table could help you nab that star candidate from your competitor.
Fancy perks such as gym memberships, free meals and game rooms are becoming de rigueur in many progressive workplaces seeking to attract top talent.
Such sweeteners seem to be working. Workplace incentives are becoming an important part of job selection, especially among younger employees, says a study by TechnologyAdvice Research.
According to the study, 56% of employees would trade a standard salary increase for certain perks. Some 56.4% also said that employee perks were very or moderately important when evaluating a job opportunity.
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