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perquisite

an incidental benefit gained from a certain type of employment, such as the use of a company car
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Perk Fresh Link is a stylish loop that clips almost anywhere.
I spent months watching every series, pausing every time it gets to a Central Perk scene and noting down every detail.
KITCHEN PERK The leaves actually smell like curry and add subtle flavor to roast chicken and zing to aioli.
Staff receive discounts on travel and free flights, depending on length of service, and were warned by BA's chief executive Willie Walsh that the perks would be withdrawn if they joined the strike.
It is 15 years since Friends first appeared on television and to celebrate, as well as a fake Central Perk on Carnaby Street, there is also a special DVD being released.
PERK sessions generally include a 60- to 90-minute presentation followed by opportunities for interaction.
An analysis of perks offered in today's workplace shows that many of the 1990s-style benefits, such as game rooms and luxury car leases, have been abandoned.
But in France the proportion of company cars taken as a perk is only 10% and in Portugal 25%.
SUPERSTARS get superstar perks, yet even ordinary workers can twist the boss's arm for a better deal.
That perk, known as portal to portal, is reserved for Cabinet secretaries, deputy Cabinet secretaries, and any six aides the president chooses.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 23, 2017-RhythmOne Closes Acquisition of Canadian Mobile Rewards Platform Perk