April Fool’s Day is a good time for myth-busting, and a new survey suggests that some beliefs employers hold near and dear about what benefits attract workers, in fact, may be misconceptions. For instance, companies often think that better salaries and novel perks such as yoga classes and the ability to bring pets to work will attract younger workers. However, what these employees really want is more free time. Unlimited paid vacation is the most desired benefit, according to one survey, with 72% of employees saying this is their top choice. They identified other popular benefits, including rewards for healthy behavior (69%), phased retirement (68%), paid sabbaticals (66%), onsite medical/mental health care (59%), the ability to work abroad (54%), concierge program (44%), genetic testing (38%), subsidized egg freezing (33%), and gender reassignment support/subsidy (32%). Read the full article.