What is perk?

  • (noun): An incidental benefit awarded for certain types of employment (especially if it is regarded as a right).
    Synonyms: fringe benefit, perquisite
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on perk, perks:

Perkwunos - Derivatives
... From IE *perkṷu- "oak-tree" Lithuanian Perkūnas, Latvian Pērkons, Old Prussian Perkūns, the god of thunder Finnish Perkele, Mordvinic Pur'gine-paz, borrowings from the Baltic ...
Perk - Other Uses
... Employee benefits, also known as "perks", various non-wage compensations provided as extra to wages ... Perks Matriculation Higher Secondary School Tetrachloroethylene, a chemical used for dry-cleaning, referred to in British English as "Perk" ...
Perkūnas
... Perkūnas (Lithuanian Perkūnas, Latvian Pērkons, Prussian Perkūns, Yotvingian Parkuns) was the common Baltic god of thunder, one of the most important ...
House Of Perkūnas
... House of Perkūnas is one of the most original and archaic Gothic secular buildings, located in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania ... of the 19th Century it was renamed "House of Perkūnas", when a figure, interpreted by the romantic historians of that time as an idol of the Baltic pagan god of thunder and the sky Perkūnas was found in one of ... Today, the house of Perkūnas once again belongs to the Jesuits and houses a museum of Adam Mickiewicz ...
Majšperk
... Majšperk is a settlement in the Municipality of Majšperk in northeastern Slovenia ... Majšperk was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1261 in relation to 13th-century Majšperk Castle, from which the settlement gets its name ...

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Famous quotes containing the word perk:

    The token woman carries a bouquet of hothouse celery
    and a stenographer’s pad; she will take
    the minutes, perk the coffee, smile
    like a plastic daisy and put out
    the black cat of her sensuous anger
    to howl on the fence all night.
    Marge Piercy (b. 1936)