Let's Talk Benefits
We are committed to keeping our employees, or as we call them, Appianites, healthy and happy – both at work and away from it! Appian won Top Place to Work in 2018 by the Washington Post. We’re constantly seeking new ways to both reward and meet the evolving needs of Appianites.
In addition to the benefits listed below, here are just a few that are at no cost to our employees:
Good benefits package, flexible leave policy
I would give 4.5 stars if possible. The company has a matching 401k and has a generous leave policy. The medical plan is a little mediocre ; it's not the worst but it could be better. It's great that the HR staff are open to hearing about new benefits suggestions.
Healthcare savings plan is good and overall benefits offered are fair...there are a number of options for HC which is helpful.
Best thing: just moved towards a flexible (unlimited) PTO policy. Maternity leave, school reimbursement, gym reimbursement, and 401k match are great. Cons: health insurance is expensive. Probably cheaper to get it through your spouses' insurance. Overall very happy with my benefits package! It's gotten a lot better since I started working here and they are continually improving it.
- Health care plans are very expensive, twice what my previous two employers offered. - Below average PTO, 15 days (including sick days). Many competitors offer 20-25 days without including sick days, that is a significant quality of life difference. - 401k match (4% match, 4 year vest) is OK as a whole but subpar for tech company
Easy to update, god tools to manage benefits, HR responsive to questions
Extremely good benefits coverage. Great pricing and helpful benefits coordinators.
The health insurance is extremely expensive, but the 401k is at least industry standard match and vesting.
Appian, overall, offers a great deal of benefits to their employees. In the future, it could be helpful to offer benefits geared toward mental health care.
Great medical coverage and company pays the majority of it. 100% match up to 4 % on 401K. Pays $20/ for gym membership.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.