C3 In Washington Post For Its “Quirky & Enviable Perks”

C3 Metrics was listed as one of America’s Small & Medium sized companies with the best “quirky & enviable perks.”

Here it is:

QUIRKY PERKS: Monthly massages, Uber and Lyft rides.

WHO’S OFFERING THEM: C3 Metrics, a Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based company that analyzes advertising and website viewership, with about 40 employees.

WHY: “Technology work can be stressful at times,” says co-founder Jeff Greenfield. “Massages not only counteract some of the impact of standing in front of the screen, they’re a move toward a healthier lifestyle.”

The company began offering free Uber rides after one staffer was charged with a DUI. Employees can use them for any reason.

“We want employees to make the safe and smart decision not to drive,” Greenfield says.

OTHER BENEFITS: Catered lunch daily, gym memberships, weekends that begin by 3 p.m. on Fridays.

PUTTING HIS MONEY WHERE HIS HEART IS: “Whenever I hire someone, I kind of fall in love with them,” Greenfield says.

QUIRKY PERKS: 30-day paid sabbatical every three years, vacation expenses, $1,000 reimbursement for any kind of lessons, including guitar, cooking or flight school.

WHO’S OFFERING THEM: Basecamp, a Chicago-based maker of project management software, with about 50 employees.

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