McGraw Wentworth, a provider of group benefits, offers on-site pickups and return of clothes that need laundering.
Workers at Cooper Pest Solutions can use company vehicles for their commutes. Light trucks for service technicians; Toyota Scions for sales folks.
Dealer.com, which helps auto dealers with their online marketing, serves locally grown organic treats in its on-site café. Employees can have their subsidized meals delivered deskside.
Akraya, an IT staffing company, sends professional cleaners to employees' homes every two weeks.
Van Meter Industrial, a distributor of automation and electrical products, awards points for activities such as participating in its Biggest Loser contest and walking campaigns. Employees redeem points for personal fitness items, such as running shoes, golf clubs, and jogging strollers.
Azavea, a maker of mapping software, follows Googlesque practices of letting employees spend up to 10 percent of their time on research projects of their own devising.
LoadSpring Solutions, an enterprise software company, believes people grow by experiencing other cultures. Employees who travel abroad for vacation receive up to $5,000 and an extra week off to expand their horizons.
Fentress Architects invites employees' relatives to participate in some of the evening and weekend classes offered through its in-house education program.
After five years at NewAge Industries, a manufacturer of plastic tubing, each employee receives a yearly $720 charge card to use in the restaurant of the William Penn Inn, a 296-year-old landmark near the company's headquarters in Southampton, Pennsylvania.
Patagonia, the outdoor-apparel maker, gives employees two weeks of full-paid leave to work for the green nonprofit of their choice.