Competitive salaries, great comp if you're a software engineer, raises are iffy, PTO & sick leave combined is rough
Low-medium benefits. 15 days PTO a year (sick days are combined in this), 8 paid holidays, and no 401k match. After three years, you can accrue 18 days PTO and around 20ish after 5.
the health insurance is decent
HSA, FSA, Thursday & Friday lunches, release(every 5 weeks) week, all 5-day lunch, but no 401K match.
They finally added paid maternity leave which was great, there are free lunches once a week and Sales Kickoff is elaborate and fun. Compared to other tech companies in the area, benefits may be a little behind. No 401k matching is a big minus. Stingy on bonuses and stock options.
They provide the minimum required benefits and are constantly restructuring the package to lower their price which leads to greater out of pocket costs to you. There is the assumption that working there is your benefit so anything else is just fluff.
The benefits offered are probably the bare minimum for a tech company. Mediocre health benefits offerings with higher premiums. Lunch only on Fridays. No work from home policy. Average pay. No gym memberships. Not really any perks.
Very basic packages. PTO is underimpressive. No 401K match and they don’t use a recognizable provider. Everything about this company is spartan and selected solely for cost savings.
Decent medical, vision and dental insurance. There are plenty of other companies with greater benefits packages and a healthier working environment.
They provide a full month of paternity leave!
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