The 73 employees who work for Columbia, Md., technology/wireless communications firm BTS enjoy a unique vacation benefit: They can use a company-owned condominium in Florida—and $250 in spending money.
That’s just one of the generous benefits that 31-year-old CEO Sean Lane says are important for attracting employees long on ideas and energy. BTS employees enjoy fully company-paid health insurance (for individuals and families) and nosh on healthy, catered lunches once a week, compliments of the company. They can work out in an on-site gym and relax by playing pingpong in the office.
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