Ubiquity Retirement + Savings Photos
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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If you work for a big company, you have a Retirement Plan, and therefore a convenient way to save for Retirement. If you work for a small company, you probably don't have a Retirement Plan, so you don't save for your Retirement. That's about 40 Million People who aren't saving for themselves, and their future.
If that sounds like a problem you'd like to solve, and you're a curious, industrious, self-motivated free thinker who can simultaneously cooperate as part of a team, then we would love to have you.
The same of any small & growing company: prioritizing scarce resources and organizing ourselves to meet those priorities - all while listening to what customers are telling us about their needs and our ability to meet them. It's not an environment for people who want to avoid talking with people and dealing with problems.
Advice to Management
I have none: Good Culture. Good work / life balance. Plenty of visibility for employees into strategy and financial circumstance. High-achievers have plenty of opportunity to find & solve interesting problems to help people better themselves. That covers it.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Ubiquity Retirement + Savings (San Francisco, CA) in February 2011.
I spoke with the Director of People + Culture who was an absolute joy - I actually did not proceed with another job offer based on my first encounter with her. I moved on to the CEO very quickly, and Chad and I hit it off in a hot minute. This was also over the phone. It's a very non-pretentious company, not what you would expect for the industry. Everyone is very joyful and natural - more like people you would have a beer with. That's what the interviews felt like. Having a beer with friends.
- They asked a lot about my experience - what they are looking for is disruptive thinkers. People who can attack challenges in their area - with an open mind. They want you to be yourself, and show what that self is. It will not be your typical interview process. Answer Question
Ubiquity Retirement + Savings, formerly The Online 401(k), has helped savers contribute over $1.4 billion towards their retirement since 1999. As one of the first flat-fee-for-service small business plan providers in the nation, Ubiquity delivers peace-of-mind with zero hidden-fees in the fine print. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with satellite offices from...
Mission: Ubiquity is committed to helping people lead greater and more fulfilled lives through financial literacy and retirement preparedness. Our culture and our company are in...