Chances are you have heard of the company SAS, as they have been named the best place to work for by Fortune Magazine for the second year in a row. What keeps this company’s turnover as low as two percent are the company’s innovative employee benefits programs. For example, there are day cares on this “campus,” as well as a free health clinic that actually saves SAS money.
What is intriguing about SAS is how they provide a plethora of programs to enhance the quality of life for their employees, and yet still only require a 35-hour work week. How does this work for them? In essence, their employees are feel blessed to work for such an organization and want to work hard for it’s success. Read further to better understand the workings of SAS and gain ideas for employees incentives for your own organization.