LinkedIn Utilities Reimburse

Uber / Eng djinn
Mar 2 23 Comments

What all utilities does LinkedIn reimburse for employees? Electricity, internet? Anything else?

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TOP 23 Comments
  • LinkedIn IITian
    They pay for your rent and send cleaners twice a month too.
    Mar 2 6
    • Uber / Eng djinn
      OP
      How much rent do they pay?
      For all positions? Junior and senior?
      Mar 2
    • DigitalOcean / Eng fth for to
      IITan is trolling
      Mar 2
    • Adobe KbTJ88
      Also I heard charmin supplies every two weeks
      Mar 2
    • Intel ghost_👻
      For senior roles you get the charmin extra soft double ply...
      Mar 2
    • Adobe KbTJ88
      For junior roles sandpaper instead of charmin
      Mar 2
    • LinkedIn RDMR74
      Excellent answer exceeds expectations
      Mar 2
  • Twilio ckm2468
    What ? Companies pay for their employees’ electricity ?? 😱
    That’s definitely a first for me !
    Mar 2 2
    • New hS3g1
      yeah i charge my car there and then use my car to power my house at night
      Mar 2
    • LinkedIn trrrrng
      Lol. Actually an idea not half bad.
      Mar 3
  • New hS3g1
    they pay for my concubine
    Mar 2 2
    • LinkedIn tendies
      How much is that a month? Is that a tax deductible expense?
      Mar 2
    • New hS3g1
      no idea. she invoices them directly.
      Mar 2
  • Hookers and blow are covered
    Mar 2 2
  • LinkedIn regayov
    Mobile bill,gym and other fitness classes,cleaning services, tax prep, daycare(up to 2K a year).
    Mar 2 1
    • Uber / Eng djinn
      OP
      Is there a limit for electricity and internet?
      Mar 2
  • LinkedIn trrrrng
    Internet is covered up to $80 per month if you can live on phone tethered connection. Electricity is covered for anything that can be recharged at work. Car, vibrators, toothbrush, laptop, phone, watch, etc.
    Mar 3 2
  • LinkedIn tendies
    If you have a Tesla model x then that is a 100 kwh battery. Most people use a lot less than that for daily needs so it's basically free electricity if you have the equipment to extract from your battery.
    Mar 5 0
  • Oscar 🐨koala
    Why? You remote? Wanna deduct for tax?
    Mar 2 0

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