Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) and Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) are two of the world’s most valuable technology companies and it really shows in how well their campuses are equipped with unorthodox facilities geared at providing the best working environment for employees.
In a CNBC report, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) and fellow technology giant Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) was featured in a discussion about the many perks their employees enjoy.
CNBC says that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has the indoor slide, but it also boasts of many volleyball courts, a bowling alley, heated swimming pools and three free meals a day at its campus.
According to CNBC, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) also supports its employees’ education. If you are an employee in the world’s largest search engine and internet advertising giant, it will pay you up to $12,000 per year if you want to go back to studying part time.
Meanwhile, those who work at Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) could unwind from a busy day climbing up the company’s rock climbing wall. Other than that, the social networking giant also has an in-house wood shop where employees can get their hands dirty dabbling in woodcraft.
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), according to CNBC, also gives new parents $4,000 for every new baby they have or adopt. Called “baby cash,” the network jokes that this is much better than any baby shower would give new parents.
Other technology companies are also reported to have great perks for employees.
Dropbox, for example, has a lot of scooters around their campus, CNBC says, to help employees get around the massive 180,000-square-foot building the company is housed in. Dropbox also offers free breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks to employees apart from having a fully-equipped music room and a game room.
For employees who like to travel, Airbnb gives its workers $2,000 every year to spend on travelling. The company also allows bringing pets to work.
Donald Chiboucis’ Columbus Circle Investors owned about 3.64 million Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) shares by the end of 2014. Boykin Curry’s Eagle Capital Management owned 774,750 Class A Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) shares by the end of 2014.
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