We offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package, as well as a generous employee discount!
Just as with our mission, we are passionate about keeping our talented staff happy and healthy, and supporting learning and growth.
Overall, I think the benefits here are really great. You get health insurance, dental, and vision and the cost per paycheck is really reasonable for 1 person. The cost is quite high if you want to include your spouse or child but it is offered which is nice. I think separating sick/vacation days and letting people accrue or roll them overall would be the 1 thing that might make the benefits more ideal. There are snacks and coffee in the office. Free lunch occasionally. Most departments are coverage based so not a lot of space to work from home or do flex time, but that's to be expected when you're working with customers. The biggest thing I would like to see added would be a discount or free membership to a gym or workout studios.
They provide you with health care which is cool. They have an interesting PTO/sick day dynamic that is unlike any other company I have ever worked at. If you are considering working for Brilliant Earth, you should really understand what their policy means, because it is by no means straight forward. They will also make it extremely hard for you to take time off from this job. They will offer you what seems like a great bonus program, but you will notice that that is not what it seems either. 401K is offered, but the program is also disappointing. This is a dirty, dirty diamond company. They will dangle benefits in front of you as if it is something to be excited about, but will disappoint you in their execution. For example, they offer bereavement leave. Bereavement leave is three days and it won't matter where you have to travel to.
15 days maximum days off a year, including sick days. No days off from November through January 1.
Unlimited PTO is great! There are free snacks. The 401k is vested.
I loved all the employee events like parties, lunches, snacks and outings.
The benefits package is very thorough. I wouldn't need anything else in the benefits package
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