Informal word for perquisites which are privileges granted to employees in addition to their salaries and benefits (such as medial and pension plans). 'True' perks have little or no cash value or tax implications and may include company car, vacations, reserved parking space, spacious office, private dining and washroom facilities, etc.

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  • I took the job at the grocery store because there were a lot of perks, like being able to set my own hours.

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  • Some jobs have different perks and you will need to work very hard to take full advantage of what they have to offer.

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  • Knowing the perks of a potential job offer will let you know if the job is really worth pursuing or not.

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