News Tagged With: employee-perks
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November 14, 2011

Stanford staff paid not to drive

The university instead encourages faculty to take advantage of a number of other programs including free regional train and bus passes, a free shuttle to the university and free hours in an auto-sharing program such as Zipcar.


April 27, 2010

Hampton Roads ends free cars, health insurance

Nineteen employees, including several vice presidents, have been getting the perk. The employees who received no-premium health insurance plans will now pay the same amount as other HRT employees.


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