Employers may be pulling back on some benefits in recent years — as in cutting cost sharing for pricey health care benefits— but at least a third of U.S. companies in a recent survey say they've actually added to their employee perks this year.

The uptick in benefits was due to recruiting challenges and skills shortages for certain types of jobs in 2016, according to the Society for Human Resource Management's annual survey of more than 3,000 human resource professionals.

See the full list of perks on The Denver Business Journal.