There aren't huge company perks as you are an independent contractor with no minimum working hours, however, payout on massage is 75% of booking price to client so payment ends up being very competitive and lucrative. When trying to respond to job bids and get work, if you miss two bids during your availability, they work hard to get you onto the next bid. So, its not always first response gets the job, they do honestly try to make it as fair as possible.
As the company grows, benefits are improving.
Automatic membership, but mostly because you have to set up your own table and wash your own linens. No benefits or security otherwise.
Zeel hire massage therapists as contractors so there is no benefits. You are self employed.
Cheap health insurance. Very cheap company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.