On the hike, Zuckerberg gives the potential employee his vision for the company. Then Zuckerberg tells the potential new hire that money isn't an object and the person can start immediately if he or she wants to.
New LinkedIn hires get a swag bag with a bunch of cool stuff, including a copy of founder Reid Hoffman's book.
Each bag has a LinkedIn water bottle, notebook, and a copy of "The Startup of You," a book written by LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman. New hires will find their desk decorated with a "You're [In]" greeting card on their first day.
Swag bags are also tailored to a new hire's unique interests, so who knows what other goodies are in there.
Square CEO Jack Dorsey takes new employees on a walk to visit a statue of Gandhi.
New employees also go through an orientation where they get new "Class of" t-shirts with the year they joined the company.
Microsoft celebrates anniversaries with M&Ms
It's pretty well-known that Microsoft likes to celebrate new employee anniversaries by giving them candy, specifically M&Ms. Not a bad perk!
New Amazon employees get a desk made out of a door.
One of the quirks at Amazon's office is that every employee has a desk made out of an old door. New employees used to have to make their own desks, but now they come pre-assembled.
Marissa Mayer reads the resume of every new hire at Yahoo.
Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer reads the resume of every potential new hire, according to Business Insider's Nicholas Carlson. Mayer likely picked this up from Google, her former company. Google's co-founders also read the resumes of new employees.
Twitter employees get a T-shirt and bottle of wine.
According to one of Twitter's business operations managers on Quora, the company gives new hires a T-shirt and bottle of wine on their first day. Some even get to have breakfast with CEO Dick Costolo.