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Layoffs. The economy. Salary cuts. Keeping employee morale high right now is challenging, at best. What's one way that employers are adding perks without substantially subtracting from the bottom line?

They're Planting Corporate Gardens

Businesses large and small are adding corporate gardens as a way to improve employee health, morale, and nutrition.

These Fortune 500 companies all have corporate gardens on one or more of their campuses:

Click here to read an article quoting Coach Stacy regarding the benefits of employee gardens.

Click here to read the New York Times article about corporate gardening.

Corporate gardens were also named one of the top five employee benefits of 2010 according to Human Resource Executive magazine.      

The Wall Street Journal has also covered corporate gardens and their successes. Read the WSJ article here.

Corporate gardening also provides companies with subsidiary “green initiative” and “local food donation” public relations perks, as well.