Thanks to BetterWorks, Employee Perks Aren’t Just for Big Companies Anymore

May 24, 2011

10:00 am

BetterWorks provides a one-stop shop for employee perks. With plans for companies with less than ten employees to mid-market companies, they have taken the hassle and complexities of providing compelling employee perks out of the equation.

Employees are provided with a range of perks to choose from within a predetermined perk budget that can be allocated at an individual employee level. This allows you to reward employees based on merit, or provide a standard benefit across all employees. With this type of flexibility, even small companies can set up and offer loyalty inspiring reward programs for their employees.

BetterWorks has relationships in place with a variety of providers that include food, entertainment, education, automotive, heath, travel, recreation and even cleaning services.  Even better, they are actively adding the number of vendor relationships and pre-negotiated deals for your employees all the time.

Ready to offer or get perks in your small or mid sized business similar to those offered by mega corporations? Or possibly you have a product or service that would make a good perk and you want to increase your visibility? Either way, check out BetterWorks at Tech Cocktail Los Angeles tonight, where they are one of our showcased

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Frank Oelschlager is a serial entrepreneur with 20 years experience in software and technology companies. He enjoys building companies (creating jobs), bringing new technologies and products to market (solving problems), and learning about the things people are doing with technology. When he’s not working, Frank likes to compose music, play guitar, walk in the woods or mountains with his camera, read, try something completely new, or just hang out with the family on the porch with a glass of good wine.

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