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3) Rewards


Companies can provide incentives for reaching monthly, quarterly, and even annual goals. By offering rewards for completed goals you ensure each department or individual reaches their potential by cooperating as a team and bringing out the best in one another through competition.  

Uncommon Employee Benefits for Your Business

It is often said that employees are the lifeblood of any company. If employee engagement is subpar within your company, you may want to rethink your business structure as it may be affecting their overall efficiency. The benefits you offer can not only make or break a perspective employee’s final decision, but also affect your current employees as well. Don’t scare away good employees and fresh talen by offering the bare minimum. Give current and potential employees better options and you will see the benefits payoff in the workplace.

We have created a few ways that you may be able to offer better employee benefits while not hurting your overall bottom line.

1) Relocation Assistance

When employees move from one location to another for work, it can be both emotionally and physically stressful. Offering an employee financial and moral support during this tough time, will not only make their move easier, but will make them more efficient at work.

2) Child Care Benefits

Single parents and families both often struggle to find responsible individuals to take care of their family members whilst away at work. This is especially true when children are out of school during the summer months, and vacation periods. We offer three types of child care benefits that you can provide for your employees:


  • On-site child care
  • Off-site child care

  • Employer-funded child care