Childcare provided by the employer can be as follows:
Adoption assistance is financial aid to either single or married employees, as reimbursement for all or part of the cost of adopting a child.
Long-term care insurance pays full or partial benefits for long-term (more than 1 year) custodial care, home care, or nursing home care. Premiums are generally, though not necessarily always, employee paid. Coverage may be extended to active employees, retirees, parents of active employees, or to dependents of active employees and retirees. These plans are separate from coverage for extended care facilities or home health care found in health insurance plans. Typically, health insurance plans provide post-hospitalization benefits for a limited period (such as 60 or 120 days) and are usually restricted to convalescent rather than custodial care.
Flexible workplace is a formal program that allows employees who would otherwise work on-site at the establishment to work part or all of their work schedule at home. The following situations are typical, but not required, to meet the NCS definition:
Employer-provided personal home computers is a benefit that helps the employer by giving the employee access to company data and the employee’s work projects. If the employee cannot go to the office, he or she may still be productive by using a personal home computer. Employers may purchase the computers outright and provide them to employees. This does not include home personal computers loaned by the employer as part of a flexible workplace agreement. Other options include the following:
Subsidized commuting provides full or partial payment for the cost of an employee's commute to work via public transportation, a company sponsored van pool, discount subway fares, or bus tokens. Use of a company car does not qualify as subsidized commuting.