While there’s more to a job than the pay, compensation matters. Otherwise, there’d be a lot more professional dog walkers in the world.
And beyond base salary, a company’s benefits can also have a big impact on your bottom line and happiness. After all, six in 10 workers who are extremely satisfied with their benefits are also extremely satisfied with their job overall, according to a 2017 study from the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
A new ranking from job site Indeed found the companies with the best compensation and benefits compared to others in their industries. Check out the following list to see some of their cool perks and see how your company stacks up.
The warehouse club superstore pays well above the average retail salary, even for entry-level workers and offers a graduated wage program based on solely on total hours worked, according to one employee: “Show up, do your job and your pay goes up on its own.”
The country’s largest managed health care organization pays above the national average, and health care is free for employees.
Besides a competitive salary, discounts on Verizon products (of course) and tuition assistance, Verizon also offers an employee relief fund for natural disaster victims and adoption expense assistance.
Soon-to-be-newlyweds will love the wedding leave offered from FedEx, in addition to other benefits like tuition assistance, reduced shipping rates and discounted travel.
Beyond offering the expected employee discounts on all its products, Apple also covers the cost of egg freezing.
Adoption and surrogacy reimbursement is just one of Capital One’s standout benefits.
Employees of the Texas-based food retailer rave about the pay and benefits, although only full-time employees are eligible for benefits.
Popular budget grocer ALDI also boasts competitive pay and full benefits.
Starbucks’ College Achievement Plan gives any benefits-eligible U.S. employee full-tuition coverage for a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University.
Employee and family discounts on GM vehicles, tuition and adoption assistance and 16 annual paid holidays round out the automaker’s benefits.
To see who else made the list, check out Indeed’s complete ranking, which looked at employee feedback for companies with at least 600 reviews on their site from January 2016 through January 2018.