Employees of 1-800-Contacts in Salt Lake City can feast on prime rib with Yukon Gold potatoes and a vegetable for just $2.50 in the company restaurant, a treat from their employer.
The firm’s 600 area employees eat cheap because the firm subsidizes about 80 percent of the food costs to the tune of $1.2 million a year, according to Max Neves, VP of HR for the contact-lens retailer.
Employees can order meals from the six-year-old 20/20 Grille on their computers, and pay their part of the tab via payroll deduction. Employees can eat at work or take the meals home. Four times a month, they can use company-paid vouchers to treat friends and family to lunch.
Low-cost, easy-to-grab food helps with recruiting, notes Neves. The firm finds about 80 percent of its new hires through employee referrals.
Contact: Max Neves, vice president of human resources, at (801) 924-9800.
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