Restaurant owners are jumping on the co-working bandwagon as more companies begin offering the perk to employees.
Starbucks is moving to improve employee benefits in China as part of a bid to retain workers.
The five-year plan is part of a global initiative to hire 10,000 refugees throughout the entire organization
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Haircuts, spa treatments, and dental work are just some of the weird and wonderful perks that these companies offer
The coffee giant has pledged to hire 10,000 refugees in the next five years, a response to President Donald Trump's recent executive order.
The Canadian firm is now offering mental health benefits to entire workforce of 13,000 employees.
From a pound of free coffee to a case of complementary beer – these companies offer some slightly unusual employee benefits.
Employers could soon have an answer to why they’re still struggling to find talented young staff when many youths are out of work.
Starbucks Canada has increased the allowance available to employees through its benefits plan and is calling on other companies to do the same.