Do any employers share the value of perks offered to employees on their pay stubs? I imagine this being itemized into categories like meals / snacks, training sessions, discounts, and phone bills.
I wonder whether this would increase employee satisfaction. On the one hand, this would give employees a better understanding of the true value of their compensation. On the other hand, I can see employees being disgruntled by the amount being too high or too low and wishing that the money were just added to their paycheck directly.
Another problem with this is that these numbers may be misleading. The value of providing snacks isn't just the cost of stocking the break room. There's also the value of employees not needing to leave the office whenever they need to refuel. What if employers shared the value they feel perks provide?