Travel is the best perk about the job, the pay is minimal and it doesn’t go off of the cost of living which is unfortunate. Having a second job or secondary income is necessary, but very difficult to plan out. The secondary job will have to be VERY flexible.
You're able to unpaid time off as often as you'd like as long as you can have coworkers cover your hours. 401k to match, health benefits. You must work to accrue PTO.
Travel is good, pay is not great but fair regardless of the companies successes and revenues. Always keeps pay at bargain basement.
Standby flight benefits are both the best and worst part of the benefits. They are hard to take advantage of as a new employee, but improve with seniority. You can also retire with them if you stick around long enough.
Best - flight benefits Worse - recently capped cell phone reimbursement to $50/mo
PTO was reduced and now is no longer competitive. Start at two weeks and senior employees had PTO taken away.
The best thing is the ability to travel wherever you want in the world for virtually nothing.
Flying around the world makes it worth it!
7% 401K matching, HSA, stock options
The best thing is the flight benefits. Health and retirement are average. PTO is above average.
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