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By Robert Hackett
February 1, 2015

Four Seasons abides by the “golden rule”—that is, treat others as you wish to be treated. It’s a trade: In exchange for employees pledging to deliver stellar service, the Toronto-based hotelier gives them fantastic perks. The company, which has been a mainstay on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list for nearly two decades, was ranked on last year’s list at No. 91. Beyond satisfying worker wanderlust with an attractive internal transfer policy, Four Seasons has other appealing offerings for its more than 40,000 employees. Here’s a sampling of the best.


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