A few days ago I heard a story on the radio about how the local PBS station was having to cut back due to reduced underwriting for corporations. In addition to the expected labor reductions they were also going to close their cafeteria. So I got to thinking about what other non-traditional benefits other people have lost. My company also used to have a cafeteria with hot breakfast and lunch but it was the first thing to go when the economy turned. While the full service cafeteria was not a major factor for me in choosing my current employer, it was one of the things that set us apart and made working there a little special. The cafeteria is actually listed as a meeting room in our system and you could schedule lunch meetings and actually get real lunch! I was just wondering if anyone else has lost any non-traditional perks at work due to the recession?