Planning your perks in a way that they are beneficial to employees and employers alike

Perks help you enhance employee productivity

Perks if linked with performance can create a sense of competition amongst various employees allowing them to push boundaries, enhance their employee productivity and deliver great results. It’s a nice idea to conceptualize an employee recognition program, keep the employee monitoring meter on to evaluate your team’s performance and offer perks accordingly. To track the work frequency of your team helps being a time tracking, task management and leave management tool

Perks help you save on taxes

This one seems a bit tricky but offering more in kind rather than in cash can help a company save up on its taxes as well. The finance team can show a lot more expenses now thereby reducing the tax burden. Laptops for staff, mobile recharges, food coupons can be a few examples. Read more on saving taxes HERE.

Perks help you build a glossy work culture

Imagine employees liking to stay in office for longer hours, communicate with peers more and more and so on. This is only possible when your work culture has adequate gloss to attract them towards work.



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