This is how desperate companies are to retain workers:
A Minneapolis marketing company recently made tweaks to its employee benefits this summer, ranging from conventional to unusual. It gave workers a larger commuter stipend, as well as a reason to avoid the office altogether: “fur-ternity leave,” or the ability to work from home for a week to welcome new dogs or cats.
Of course, it’s a certain kind of workers. This is a creative industry where personal idiosyncrasies are in high demand.