The Wall Street Journal reports that employee perks are up! Companies that have been treating their employees like [insert bad word of your choice] are, apparently, now realizing that their best employees just might be prone to leaving them if a better offer comes along.
Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. of Chicago conducted a survey of 100 Human Resource executives and found out that things are looking better on the employee perks scene:
About 18% said their companies have restored all pre-recession perks and 41% have brought back some of those that were cut or eliminated. Nearly one quarter of respondents indicated that their firms had introduced entirely new perks.
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