Our offices are open, highly collaborative and yes, fun! To support you at work (and play) we offer some fantastic perks: ample time off to relax and recharge, five paid volunteer days a year for your favorite cause, plenty of food and drinks (including beer and bubbly), ergonomic workstations, employer-paid insurance coverage for you and your family, pension and more.
We're a global company and each of our office locations also has its own unique perks and benefits. Some of our benefits vary slightly by location.
Best coverage in the bay area!
401k match from day one and full health coverage (no monthly employee contribution) for you *and* family, daily lunch provided in office
Tremendous savings as Health/Medical coverage is at no cost to employee.
Medical insurance for U.S. folks was 100% company paid!
Lots of benefits, decent lunch, committed to improving benefits package over time, and starting to deliver on that commitment.
Excellent benefits. Al paid by the company. No out of the packet expenses. Program for health, education, self improvement. Conferences.
All the things a good tech company offers like unlimited vacation/sick time, 401k matching, and education and fitness reimbursement ($850) total. What they don't have is ESPP. Also even if you get a raving review the only way to get more than a cost of living raise (~3%) is to continually be promoted. New rules going into effect this year will eliminate raises for anyone making more than the industry average, while anyone making less than the industry average will see more than average raise in pay. This is being done in the name of equality so don't ever imply that being unequal in an attempt to provide equality is still not equality. Sound at all similar to Atlas Shrugged? Ironic considering that Atlas is such a prominent icon to Atlassians origin
gym paid for, free food, massages, gym in the office, outings, 401k, medical and vision
Relative to tech, the benefits are substandard. Relative to rest-of-world, they're amazing.
Cheap company - not up to date on compensation and benefits trends.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.