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Current and former employees report that Avalara provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Best: Company pays for the employee's premium in full Worst: Can't really get much better in the US”
“Best: Through Fidelity Worst: 50% match up to 6% with a 3 year vesting period”
“Best: 4 weeks of PTO, 4 floating holidays Worst: 8 set holidays (sucks if you don't celebrate)”
The benefits package is good overall with a lot of options depending on the particular medical situation someone is in (high deductible with HSA, low deductible with more coverage, etc.). The pricing for dental and vision is very reasonable. My biggest complaint is PTO. We have study after study that shows the minimal amount of PTO we have here in the US is not sufficient for people to really have a high quality of life. Yet Avalara is a global company, so we have European counterparts that get a lot more time off based on their own country's mandates. If it's the right thing to do for your people, it's the right thing - it shouldn't take a government regulation to make that benefit consistent for everyone.
Health insurance is good! Have a great 401k for the first time as well.
401k, Flex Holidays, HDHP + HSA
Lots of options compariable to market availability
Technical Account Manager
Being a woman in tech, I only recently started advocating for myself at work about advancement opportunities. Because of this I wanted to ask this question to my male counterparts. When you have 1:1's with your direct reports and talk about career growth / aspirations what is your managers’ response typically? I’d like to gauge how my experience (negative) differs from others. For instance are you met with blockades, enthusiasm, dread, etc?
Decent benefits. Not amazing though.
The healthcare costs are not commensurate with other companies in tech. The fact that you can’t get paid for remaining PTO upon departure is ridiculous.
Best: Health insurance is fully paid for the employee Worst: 401k is only 50% matching up to 6% and doesn't vest for 3 years
Recently improved 401(k) employer match
Best- Multiple options for health insurance Worst- Limited PTO
All the usual benefits, plus a whole lot more. Cannot provide an exhaustive list, but this will give an idea: - Medical, Vision, Dental, Eye, etc. - HSA, FSA, Parking/Commuting benefits - 401k - ESPP - Pet Insurance - Discount programs/networks Lots of options from high quality providers.