Companies that want to attract young, top talent should consider offering this killer perk: unlimited paid time off.
According to a study published today by Ask.com, 69 percent of those surveyed said they would switch companies if they were offered unlimited paid-time off.
This benefit means more to single people — 42 percent — than those who are married — 30 percent — or divorced — 27 percent.
“Silicon Valley companies are known for offering unusual perks like onsite haircuts and laundry service, which are nice-to-haves,” Lisa Ross , vice president of human resources at Ask.com, said in the press release . “But at the end of the day, what American workers value most are employers committed to their health and well-being and those who are actively invested in their overall quality of life.”
Here are other findings from the study:
Employees in the West — 21 percent — prefer having an on-site masseuse as a perk more than those in the Northeast — 14 percent — and South — 12 percent.
Younger employees (18-to-34-year-olds) are more likely to want a nap room at the office, free dry cleaning service and a personal shopper as perks than their older colleagues.
This survey was conducted by Harris Interactive and included more than 2,000 adult workers.
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