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WORK’S PEAK PERKS

Is your benefits package competitive enough? This is what you’re up against.

No Health Care? No Way!

Only 1 percent of the Best Workplaces don’t provide health care. At one of them, Ocala, Florida–based MzeroA.com, which offers flight training, employees get gym reimbursement and access to company-paid, flat-fee partnerships with local health care practitioners, as well as a catastrophic insurance plan for emergencies.

99% provide

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