AnyPerk Favorites Has Arrived

AnyPerk Favorites 2 - Employee Wellness Blog

Today we are launching our newest product enhancement, AnyPerk Favorites. Favorites is a way to easily organize and access the perks you love the most. Now if you want to restock on AMC movie tickets or need to reorder your favorite pair of Ray-Bans, you can access the perks directly under the Favorites tab without Read More >>

AnyPerk’s Trade Secrets to Promoting Employee Wellness

Employee Wellness - AnyPerk

By now, the link between healthy and productive employees should be evident. While many companies are becoming increasingly concerned about the health of their employees, few companies have a streamlined strategy for promoting it within their workforce. The first part of solving a problem is defining it. Several definitions exist today of wellness (here’s the wikipedia link to get you Read More >>

How Prosocial Behavior is Trickling into the Workplace

AnyPerk – Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

First, a quick anecdote. Wharton professor Adam Grant once conducted a study involving doctors, nurses, and two different signs he taped above hand-washing stations at a hospital. One version read, “Hand hygiene prevents you from catching diseases,” while the other read, “Hand hygiene prevents patients from catching diseases.” When Grant measured the amount of soap used at Read More >>

Demystifying Millennial Workers Part 3: How to Become a Powerhouse Workplace for Millennials

The Millennials mystery is finally about to be solved. Part 1 revealed the differentiating qualities of today’s working generations. Part 2 dissected the reasons you need Millennials working at your company and covered two of the five key drivers of Millennial engagement: autonomy and social connectivity. So let’s dive right back into it. Here are the three remaining drivers for becoming Read More >>

Demystifying the Millennial Worker Part 2: Why You Need Them

why companies need millennial workers

In Part 1, we broke down today’s working generations: the unique characteristics and needs of Baby Boomers, Gen X-ers, and Millennials. Millennials are stereotyped as the entitled generation. They are portrayed as being obsessed with themselves, proven by their passion for taking selfies and being self-employed. So why would companies want such needy, self-obsessed, tech-savvy, career-driven, creative, Read More >>