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Q: Third Party Companies offering Perks at Work ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Third Party Companies offering Perks at Work
Category: Business and Money > Employment
Asked by: logicalboyla-ga
List Price: $25.00
Posted: 10 Nov 2005 12:50 PST
Expires: 10 Dec 2005 12:50 PST
Question ID: 591582
I am looking for additional firms that offer third party perks-at-work
services to other corporations.  That is to say, companies that, for a
fee (either from client corporation offering perks to employees or
from companies offering perks to employees or both), offer employees
special discounts, special services, group rates, etc., from various

Firms that we also know about include:

Perkscard (
NextJump (
Sparkfly (
Motivano (
Wild at Work(
Passport Unlimited ( (, that URL makes sense!)
Employee Mall (
Benefit Express Card (
WorkStream (
BeyondWork (

There are also several other companies I now know about listed on  Unless you
are bobby7 or czh getting paid for that question, persons answering
with those companies will not be eligible for payment.  (bobby7 and
czh both offered answers to this question string.)

To clarify, a qualifying company must offer employees perks, not
rewards, by which I mean "privileges, gains or profits INCIDENTAL to
regular salary or wages; especially ones expected or promised."

I will pay $25 for the first company found and a tip of $25 for each
subsequent company found, so long as they meet the qualifications
described above and offer these services to American employees.  (I'll
post a separate question if someone other than the initial answerer
comments that they have an additional company that fits the bill.)
Subject: Re: Third Party Companies offering Perks at Work
Answered By: czh-ga on 10 Nov 2005 14:42 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello logicalboyla-ga,

I?m glad that some of the companies I found will work for you. Here
are the ones you accepted in your prior question. It?s been a tougher
job than I expected because it is clear that there is a lot of
consolidation going on in this industry. Several companies I
identified through routine search had been acquired by companies that
are already on your list.

Wishing you well for your project.

~ czh ~

Employee Discount Club
Entertainment Publications 
Retail Brand Alliance
Working Advantage

Employee Discount Club 
Employee Discount Club provides employees with the benefits of
convenient discounts on popular amusement park and attraction tickets.
 Your company will be given access to an exclusive web site,
customized for your organization, allowing big discounts not offered
to the public.

Entertainment Publications 
Entertainment Publications 
Entertainment® book (a.k.a - "The BIG Coupon Book")
Entertainment offers customized discount programs that corporations
can utilize to reward and incentivize both employees and customers.
Hundreds of well-known companies have turned to Entertainment when
they want to utilize discounts as part of their sales, marketing or
product initiatives.

Retail Brand Alliance
Retail Brand Alliance, a holding company whose subsidiary companies
include Brooks Brothers and Casual Corner Group, launched its
corporate discount card in 2003. Participation in the program has
skyrocketed, says Michael Moseman, director of corporate incentive

Nearly 700 companies nationwide offer the Brooks Brothers or Casual
Corner discount card (or both) to employees, up from 250 companies one
year ago. Some 110,000 cardholders have taken advantage of the
program. The Brooks Brothers card gets them 15% off regularly priced
merchandise at Brooks Brothers, Carolee and Adrienne Vittadini stores,
while the Casual Corner card nets the same benefit at Casual Corner,
Petite Sophisticate and Casual Corner Annex stores.
Companies enlighten workers to corporate fashion

RBA, as part of its services, offers a corporate discount program.
Under the program, companies can enroll free of charge to offer
workers a 15% discount on in-store purchases of regularly priced
merchandise across all RBA brands.

"As companies look for more and more creative ways to compensate their
employees, these types of discounts come into play," Mr. Moseman said.

Using an online enrollment system, employees register for a
personalized, corporate membership card that is valid for 24 months
and can be renewed upon expiration.

Currently, more than 1,000 companies participate in the corporate
discount, with about 155,000 employees enrolled. "We average about a
22% to a 26% participation rate" among companies that join, said Mr.
Moseman, who noted that "reactivation rates have been very strong."

Working Advantage 
Working Advantage is the premier savings portal for more than 4,000
companies and organizations and their two million employees and
members nationwide. Founded in 1996 as Corporate Movie Club and
originally offering a focused program of movie theatre and movie
rental discounts, we rebranded in 2001 as Working Advantage to better
reflect an expanded variety of entertainment and shopping discounts.
We offer a turnkey solution that allows companies and organizations to
provide their employees/members with discounts on movie tickets and
other perks without any administrative concerns or expense.
logicalboyla-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $75.00
Thanks so much!  This helps out...  I think by now if there's a
player, I've found them!

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