In my experience many companies are making ,or considering making, changes to the way they employ staff. None of the ideas below are new but I am seeing a big trend in companies looking at stuff like this. (I work in engineering recruitment, so speak with employers trying to attract talent almost everyday) Some of the positive initiatives I have seen an upward trend in recently are: Unlimited holidays Reduced working hours Work from home Greater recognition & support of mental health issues* Office dogs Better breakout areas (pool tables, table tennis etc.) - Summed up by the WeWork offices I guess Improved benefits packages around private healthcare, gym memberships, social clubs etc. *I think all of these things relate back to this point. These are all initiatives I like, and I'd like to adopt them across the board in my current company if possible. We've recently reduced our working hours and made them more flexible. I think the unlimited holidays idea is really good & that an office dog would be class too, but we work in serviced offices that don't allow it. I wondered what experiences people have had good or bad with their employers introducing initiatives like this - what has worked well? what would you like to see?