Practichem, the Raleigh-based maker of browser controlled scientific instruments, announced an interesting and generous employee benefit – a Tesla Model 3 for each full-time employee.
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Top-notch companies like Google do their best to appease its employees.
Free lunches, insurance that covers all your needs…hack…in Google you can even die and your family will get so much money that the Wolf of Wall Street will look nothing more but a poor hobo.
Nevertheless, that’s something that all companies have – ok, not all…but such moguls as Juniper, Cisco, IBM and other have it.
Thus, a fight for talented employees can become extremely intense – you have to think outside the box if you want your churn rates be as low as it’s only possible.
So, what a good strategy could be?
Of course, it’s Tesla.
I mean, all these bonuses are nice, but brand-new Model 3…hell yeah.
“That’s the thing that really melts everyone’s heart”, - thought Raleigh’s CEO and made it real.
Aha. In Practichem--the Raleigh-based maker of browser controlled scientific instrument – it is real and in there each full-time employee gets free Model 3.
As CEO of the company mentioned, it has been done with the purpose to inspire innovation:
“Tesla’s stated mission accelerates sustainable human transport with compelling mass market electric cars. Practichem accelerates cures for the world’s diseases by making internet controlled instruments for scientific discovery usable by experimenters and experienced scientists.”
Can I become part of their team?
As of now, only 16 employees are working in there and there are plenty of vacancies open – the company intends to hire 9 more people—so, the answer is yes.
Nonetheless, make sure that you have enough qualifications since the company is looking mainly for ninjas.
Nick DeMarco, founder and CEO said:
“Our vision shares similarities with Tesla Motors; both companies positively impact humanity with real change. People driven to solve big issues share core values. Many of our employees have marveled at Tesla’s approach. Their compelling all-electric vehicles drive us to make real change in our field.”
“Practichem builds technologies to accelerate open science and help find cures for horrific diseases,” continued DeMarco.
“We are always looking for brilliant engineers who want to contribute to something important.”