10 ways to ‘green’ your employee benefits — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily

Vouchers for compact fluorescent light bulbs and rooftop solar panels have taken their place next to health insurance and flextime as popular employee benefits.

Young job-seekers want to work for socially responsible, environmentally friendly companies. That’s one reason why more companies have begun offering “green” employee benefits.

Green benefits have become a core tactic to recruit and retain talent.

At most organizations, earth-friendly perks emerge from an overall effort to green the business. As companies begin recycling, upgrade to energy-efficient heating/air conditioning systems and seek production efficiencies that save energy or reduce carbon emissions, it’s natural to consider green benefits.

Organizations in the renewable-energy and environmental products industries have pioneered many green benefits programs:

  • Employees of NRG Systems in Hinesburg, Vt., get up to $300 a year to buy energy-efficient light bulb...(register to read more)

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