Many employees have embraced the flexibility and benefits that come with working remotely.
Employers are providing unique new perks to entice potential new employees and retain existing employees. Keep reading to learn ways employers are compensating remote employees.
1. Home Office Setup
Whether it is monthly, annually, or a one-time amount, a stipend to establish a functional workspace is a definite perk for remote workers.
Some options for more adventurous employees include traveling, attending professional sports games or concerts, and even ziplining or skydiving.
3. Online Classes
Many employers already offer a traditional tuition reimbursement, but some companies are expanding to cover online courses as well.
Some employers offer on-site child care, but since remote workers can’t access to such programs, employers may offer a stipend to help offset or cover child care costs instead.
5. Subscription Benefits
To strengthen company culture and job satisfaction, fun perks that are not directly work-related, like subscription benefits, are one way to do just that.