2014 Best Perk Winner: Double Encore

The 2014 Money Isn’t Everything Award for Best Perk goes to… Double Encore!

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Avish had this to say about Double Encore’s perks:

It sounds the most fun and I like that it is a bit optional so you’re not being forced to do things. Let each person participate at their pace.

Here’s the nomination for Double Encore:

Organization: Double Encore (http://www.doubleencore.com/)
Submitted by Anon

Coworkers at Double Encore don’t just work on projects together, they also spend time playing each other in games such as Foosball and darts. It gets people up and moving, interacting with each other, and working as a team. One of its newest additions with the videogame Marvel vs. Capcom.

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2013 Best Perk Winner: Weebly

The 2013 Money Isn’t Everything Award for Best Perk goes to… Weebly!

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Andrew had this to say about Weebly’s perk:

“While it doesn’t seem like much, learning the trick to gaining access to a secret room immediately helps employees feel like part of the team. Plus it’s just super cool.” –Andrew

Here’s the nomination for Weebly:

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.

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Money Isn’t Everything Award for Best Perk

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.