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The 15 hottest office trends of 2019

Some hot trends include sustainability programs, gender-inclusive bathrooms — and the return of corporate retreats.
More than half of job seekers would give up vacation time if their employers helped pay off their student loan debt.

More Americans say they’d give up vacation days if their boss paid off their student loans

This shows how desperate borrowers are for help. They're also filing for bankruptcy and delaying life milestones like having kids or buying a home.
Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Wolf of Wall Street."

Mulberry bags, Montblanc pens, and ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ conferences — a UK wealth manager is under fire for its ‘extravagant&...

Employees reportedly went on safari in South Africa and Zambia, rode camels in Egypt and Jordan, and watched sumo wrestling in Japan.
These companies allow their employees to take as much vacation time as they want.

14 companies that give their employees unlimited vacation days

These companies allow their employees to take as much vacation time as they need. Some also have incredible family leave and sick time policies.
The gym located at Nike's Beaverton, Oregon headquarters.

13 companies with incredible employee health and fitness perks

Companies like Nike, Lululemon, and Lyft are a cut above the rest when it comes to employee wellness and fitness perks.
Employees at the Walt Disney Company get free admission to the parks and tons of discounts on hotels, restaurants, and more.

12 companies with awesome employee perks

These companies give their employees much more than just free coffee and a gym membership.
Companies that emphasize value over fun perks are attracting more employees.

Top companies are promoting perks like student-debt relief instead of Ping-Pong and nap pods, and job seekers are taking notice

Companies that emphasize personal and social values attract more interested applicants than those with luxurious perks, LinkedIn found.
A job interview tip from Facebook VP of HR Janelle Gale: "Cockiness does not work."

11 former Facebook employees explain why they quit the jobs everyone seems to want

Working at Facebook is a dream job for many tech workers. But there are plenty of reasons to leave the company, too.

Tech giants like Facebook have moved beyond beer and ping-pong to the next office must-have, and other companies are following their lead

Rooftop parks and gardens are becoming an increasingly popular office perk for urban companies, according to a New York Times report.
Work-from-home is a given. Retirement benefits, maybe not.

Most millennials and Gen Zs have never experienced a recession during their careers, and an economist says it’s changing the way people act at w...

Glassdoor chief economist Andrew Chamberlain said younger workers feel comfortable asking for perks that older generations may not have.