Good perks are aimed at making people’s lives outside work easier — but specifically in ways that help them perform better when they’re at work, working. Anti-perks are perks that seem like they could benefit your well-being or productivity, but actually have a lot of potential to harm them.

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Written by Vincent Lofranco, published on Even blog

Helping Employees To Go On Family Leave

This article presents Buffer’s manager’s guide to family leave, which includes best practices for before, during, and after a family leave experience. With this guide Buffer tries to assist their team members to better support families, and perhaps some of the resources might benefit your organization, too.

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Written by Nicole Miller, published on FastCompany