For a part time employee, it is awesome to have 10 days of paid time off! Benefit packages such as medical are offered to all employees that work a minimum of 20 hours a week.
There is no 401(k), we were supposed to get one at the start of the year but no updates ever went out.
Great health insurance and overall benefits package. The paid time off is minimal and maternity/paternity leave is pretty lacking as well... especially compared to other tech companies in the industry and in the valley. This was probably the most disappointing part of the benefits in general. Giving people generous time off really helps with the mental health of your establishment and overall employee satisfaction. Generous Maternity/Paternity leave demonstrates that the company truly cares about their employees and their families, especially during such a precious time.
no benefits at all for the position I applied for but compensation is strong!
100 Percent Commission. Can make as little or as much as you are willing to work for.
Health insurance premiums were $1000+ a month. I actually would have been better off had I not been offered health insurance...
There is not one. Contract position.
The best part is if you or any of your guys sale something you get some money. The worst part is they have a issue with keeping up on who gets what and the residual plan is a joke.
Very few company perks, no Health Insurance or 401K even for full time employees, rewarded top performing workers with cash bonuses and shwag, had contests with nice prizes, paid well with some of the highest commissions in the industry.
It's a young company and with that comes a very competitive benefits package. I do believe that in the future a 401k could be offered if the timing/planning is right.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.