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Daria Pakhomova
Need help! )) what difference between perks and benefits?what is i mean
Mar 3, 2011 3:59 PM
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A benefit is formal and official, but a perk is an unofficial advantage when doing something. A perk is "I get to leave earlier if the boss is away" A benefit is "I have a company car" Though lots of people use the two words to mean the same thing.
March 3, 2011
benefit = anything you get: salary, etc perk = extra benefit; use of company car, etc
March 3, 2011
Perk = a fringe benefit. Example: One of the perks of working with beauty products is that you are sent lots of samples. Benefit= An official payment made or an entitlement available in accordance with a wage agreement, an insurance policy, or a public assistance program. Example: My benefits at work include a company car and a mobile phone.
March 3, 2011
Daria Pakhomova
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