6 of the flashiest perks Apple employees get, from discounted iPhones to Demi Lovato concerts

Apple CEO Tim Cook signs the box of a new iPhone X. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Apple, which Markets Insider reports has a current market cap of $US871 billion, is one of the most prolific tech companies out there.

• Using Glassdoor, Business Insider looked into some of its employee benefits.

• Glassdoor users gave Apple’s overall perks a 4.5 out of 5 stars on the site.

• One of its flashiest draws is its “beer bash” – a regular event featuring snacks, free booze, and celebrity cameos.

Throwing around lots of fancy employee perks seems to be the norm in the tech world.

Business Insider took a look at Apple’s Glassdoor reviews to see if the tech giant was any different.

On Glassdoor, users gave Apple’s overall benefits a 4.5 out of 5 stars on the site. Reviews indicated the company’s tempting perks range from free, star-studded concerts to gym benefits.

Here’s a look at some of the benefits Apple offers its employees:

According to Glassdoor, Apple employees get an annual 25% discount when they purchase an iPod, computer, or iPad. Every three years, workers can get $US250 off an iPad or $US500 off a Mac. Apple software is 50% off. The company also offers other discounts for family and friends, depending on the product.

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Source: Glassdoor

Apple allows mothers to take four weeks of paid leave before giving birth and 14 weeks after. Non-birth parents get six weeks of paid time off, according to TIME.

Source: TIME

The tech company also covers the cost of egg freezing.

Source: Business Insider

Employees are treated to free beer and appetizers at the company’s beer bashes —  not to mention some of the biggest names in music. Stevie Wonder, Demi Lovato, and OneRepublic have all performed at these semi-regular events.

Source: The Daily Mail,MacObserver,MacRumors

An employee based in Manhasset, New York, reported Apple provides employees with a $US300 gym credit annually.

Source: Glassdoor

At Apple, new hires get 12 days of paid time off —  but Glassdoor reviewers report it increases over time.

Source: Glassdoor

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