The finalists for the 2013 Money Isn’t Everything Award for Best Perk are:
Organization: PhotoBiz (site)
Submitted by Ellemazing
Photobiz.com has a number of perks, including multiple areas of “fun” in the office (such as ping pong tables or a quiet room with a chess board). They also have bi-weekly team-building activities offering a short break during the day. Food may be the biggest perk with monthly catered lunches, weekly catered breakfasts, a cereal bar available to employees all day, every day.
Organization: Johnson & Johnson (site)
Submitted by John
Johnson & Johnson offers a number of great perks, including childcare and paid sabbaticals, but perhaps the most interesting is every employee has access to a concierge service that will help ensure personal chores get done—things like returning library books or making sure your dry cleaning gets picked up on time.
Organization: Weebly (site)
Submitted by Anon
Weebly offers great perks like an unlimited vacation policy, but they also offer something really unique: access to a secret room in its office that’s behind a movable bookcase. Hired employees are taught the right book to pull to gain access to this secret room.