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“Strong benefits packages with lots of options”
“Flexible team with great tech support”
“Unlimited paid time off and usually insividual takes around 20 days”
Misleading concept of unlimited pto
For better or for worse, the best benefit at Cardlytics is their stock program. Stock grants, stock options, and an ESPP can be very lucrative depending on when you start and how the stock does. This can be a double-edged sword if the stock price plummets. 401K matching is 2.5% if you contribute 5%, which is also sub-par for this industry. Most stock and retirement benefits have a 4-year vesting schedule, which is annoying. Healthcare plans are good, not great for a tech company of this size. Unlimited vacation days. Cardlytics leans very heavily on the stock benefits, but there's room for improvement in the other benefits.
Every employee is a shareholder and is rewarded with company growth
employees get benefit of Unlimited Paid time off , flexible work hours and lot of snacks every day
Payscale is average, other benefits are good
Unlimited PTO plan is great, good medical, dental, and vision plans. The 401k match is about 2.5% if you contribute 5% which is pretty average. Maternity and paternity leave were introduced in the past couple of years. Ability to work from home when needed and flexible work hours. Lots of other smaller benefits I’ve been able to take advantage of that aren’t generally available at other companies are easy to take for granted but nice to have if you use them.
Benefits were pretty strong - employee stock plan and opportunity to get additional stock based on performance, very flexible work hours so great if you have a doctor's appointment, someone coming to your house for something or kids to pick up, unlimited PTO - good and bad - I personally found that I took less PTO while at Cardlytics since I didn't have "days" to use so set a goal to make sure you are getting the proper balance you need, and your manager will be supportive of that as long as proper coverage is in place. Good insurance options! My husband actually moved to my plan as it provided great coverage. They rolled out a new maternity leave policy which is very strong for employees who have been at Cardlytics for some time. One of the better ones in the industry for employees who have been there a few years!
A great benefit feature was the unlimited vacation
There is nothing bad to say about the benefits package at Cardlytics. They pay for a lot more for each employee than other companies do.
Most managers seem to be flexible about working from home. However, this may vary from team to team. Unlimited PTO translates to about 15 days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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