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Peanut Butter a perk that sticks with employees and might spread

Jun 22, 2017 - Chicago Sun-Times

Rise Interactive, a Chicago-based digital marketing firm, was quizzing its employees two years ago, making sure they were happy with their perks.

"We were doing our end-of-year employment engagement survey - what's working, what's not," said chief operating officer Scott Conine.

The cafe stocked with snacks? Very popular. Ditto for the four-month paid parental leave. The gold-plated healthcare plan? Much appreciated.

But there was a a glitch.

"We were getting all sor...