Companies are offering more perks to remote workers that have nothing to do with the office

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Mendoza said along with the expanded offerings, he has seen companies speed up promotions as well, “Because companies want to retain employees and don’t want to lose them and don’t have a lot of options.”

When California’s great reopening was in full swing last summer, the complementary meals and free-flowing kombucha taps that many Bay Area companies have long used to entice their prized employees to stay in the office were poised to make a comeback.

But new, increasingly infectious coronavirus variants helped to largely dash those hopes, along with a now ingrained remote working culture for much of the office workforce.


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