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Perks include staff discounts and bonuses for managers. The Sun (2016)Her plans will include giving workers an advisory role on committees that decide pay and perks packages for senior execs. The Sun (2016)During the same period its management was heavily criticised for high salaries, bonuses and expensive perks. Computing (2010)But to pay for the small giveaways, he also hiked a stealth tax on insurance policy holders and ripped up salary sacrifice tax perks for company employees. The Sun (2016)Can we now reduce his salary and perks? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Workers also get perks such as money off their shopping. The Sun (2009)Most kept their outrageous bonuses and perks. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)He lingered on like a bad smell on full pay and perks. The Sun (2007) One of the perks was a daily meal allowance. The Sun (2012)Perks include free flights and discounts for friends and family. The Sun (2012)The perk of the job was riding them. The Sun (2006) One important perk of the job was the accommodation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The broad beach opposite was a perk of the job. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He was ousted in 2000 over use of company perks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The car was a perk of her government Job and she was extremely pleased with it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You will have more support staff and a nice increase in salary, perks and share options. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why shouldn't they get a few perks? The Sun (2011)His current pay, perks and political status are an insult to us all. The Sun (2006)In the car, he perks up. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Perks include 50 per cent off your pizza purchases. The Sun (2015)I did away with all company perks. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)He wrote: 'And what are your salary and perks? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not the army of hospital bosses enjoying 200,000 salaries, company cars and perks. The Sun (2006)She is planning to offer special perks and discounts for couples who meet on the site, although she is still thinking through exactly how this might work. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: perk NOUN
Perks are special benefits that are given to people who have a particular job or belong to a particular group.
...a company car, private medical insurance and other perks.
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