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8 Crazy Perks Tech Companies Actually Give Employees

Perks are a way for employers to show how much they care about their employees. Google has its food, and Business Insider has its ping pong table. And now a company called AnyPerk is turning perks into a business. Large companies can afford perks because of the "bulk discount" they get due to the size of their pool – lots and lots of employees. But what about those two-person startups using an ironing board as a weird inconvenient standing desk? That's where AnyPerk comes in.
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