Best: Four weeks of PTO per year Worst: No support for continuing education.
Best perks are bring your dog to work, kids room, free snacks.
Health coverage is pretty reasonable. PTO at 20 days a year is pretty decent and parental leave was improved last year.
Reasonable benefits with the exception of time off.
Best: four weeks PTO every year, minimum. Worst: 401K is only at 3% matching. This isn't bad by any means, just the worst part.
Great office space with a kitchen, free snacks, gym, electric car charging, bike parking and tools, dog kennel.
The pay was good on paper, but when you broke it down with the amount of hours expected and the amount of hours required to live in such a remote location, the pay was not so good. I am happy with my experience there, very happy, I had a great experience. BUT - Living and working there is not a sustainable life. Management expects too many hours and does not understand people need a life outside of work. Notably a life outside of a town of 12 hundred people.
20 days PTO per year, HSA option, sign on bonus, full time benefits start after 20 hrs/ wk
Flexible Hours are great, option to work from home at times.
PTO is generous, but you're expected to work long hours so it's hard to find time to take it. 401k, hsa, vision, and dental are all standard/average with industry.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.