Working in an entrepreneurial, global company that values collaboration and camaraderie just addes to our people loving what they do every day. We throw in some pretty amazing benefits, too, like flexible work options. Take a look at what else we offer.
Choice of two medical PPO plans
Company paid life insurance, short & long term disability
Dental & vision insurance
12 weeks paid maternity leave
Health care & dependent care flexible spending accounts
HSA and HRA accounts
Discounted pet insurance
Optional "peace of Mind Cash Benefits" for accidents & illnesses
401(K) program & match with no waiting period
Employee Assistance Program - 24x7
Generous paid time off (vacation, holidays & sick time)
Commuter & transit flexible spending accounts
Discounted MTA passes
Discount movie and entertainment passes
Discounted shuttle to office from Alewife (MA)
Free shuttle to office from Caltrain (CA)
Bagel Fridays – bagels & lots to shmear on them
Dry cleaning drop off & pick up
On-site cafeteria (Waltham & Austin)
Game room (Waltham)
Taco Tuesdays (Austin)
A Fun Force for parties & events
Reimbursements for qualified gym memberships & weight loss programs
Organic produce delivery (Waltham & Austin)
On-site gym (MA & CA)
Chair massages (company paid)
Standing desks (Waltham)
The health & dental coverage is very good. Strong maternity leave policy compared to other US companies. Vacation is good, but would be better if it carried over.
The best thing is that I am a part-time employee and Care.com is consistently improving the benefits.
The vacation time is great. You get three weeks PTO when you start and unlimited sick time. The 401K match is atrocious/almost non-existent. Health insurance is just ok.
The worst part of working for them is that the persons reading the post think they can get a cheaper rate .
Variety of job opportunities, you basically make your own schedule according to the way you want it to be. It is a little hard for first time babysitters to find jobs so i would have some type of experience.
You receive discount benefits once you're a member and you are not required to pay for membership. You still receive the benefits even after downgrading your membership. Lots of discounts!
Sometimes I would get paid for days I wasn't needed. So that was the best perk. The worst, was the parents I had to deal with as well as care.com.
They have goog benefit package I am satisfied with my employer but right now I am not getting enough work need more hours more cash more customers.
Great benefit package with the exception of a small 401K Match
Best things: Great health, vision, dental, life insurance, decent time off, equity incentives, flexibility in work schedules (at least in my department), better than average maternity/paternity leave, and great on-site perks like massage, laundry drop-off, and yoga. Worst: Very small 401k match. I'm ok with that, personally, as long as salaries are competitive.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.