I've had some good job perks before, but I found this list of perks that some have at their companies. :icon_huh: - At a new York consulting firm called Inlumen, employees get a cash award of $50 a month to spend on "someone they love." - Boot manufacturer Timberland offers a $3,000 subsidy to any employee who buys a gas/electric hybrid car. - Workers at New Belgium Brewing in Colorado get a free bike on their one-year anniversary with the company (They make Fit Tire beer). And after five years, they get a free trip...to Belgium. - BMW Financial Services pays all healthcare costs for workers and their families. And if the employee doesn't have a family, the company will help out there, too, with $30,000 toward fertility treatments. - Acuity Insurance has a well-stoked fish pond on the company campus. Workers get to keep what they catch. Another perk: Acuity pays for Weight Watchers - but only if the employee meets his or her goal weight. - Outdoor supply company Patagonia will pay for employees to go on a two-month "environmental crusade." - The OhioHealth hospital system provides free conciege service to it's 15,200 workers. Everybody, from doctors to janitors, has someone to run any errand, such as feeding pets, meeting repair workers at home, or waiting in line for concert tickets. - At the University of Notre Dame, children of staff and faculty get four years of tuition. And if they don't want to go to Notre Dame, the college will pay 30% of the cost to attend another college. - In addition to regular sick days and vacation time, the Calvert Group, an investment firm in Maryland, provides workers wath an extra 12 paid days off per year to do valunteer work.