We offer all sorts of benefits. Here are a few of the biggies:
Health and Wellness
Competitive medical, dental and vision plans that start your first day
Generous paid time off (including your birthday!) and unlimited sick days
Paid baby bonding leave
On-site yoga, meditation and wellness workshops, plus a gym subsidy
Investing in Your Future
401(k) matching program
Professional learning and development stipends
Equity incentives to give you a stake in the company’s success
Social events and outings, like jam sessions, happy hours, baseball games and more!
A peer recognition program that helps us reward great work
On-site coffee bar with baristas
Healthy snacks to fuel your big ideas
More than 25 employee-sponsored clubs and interest groups to join
Video games, ping pong and other fun ways to connect with coworkers
Reduced hours on Summer Fridays to help you get a head start on your weekend
Paid time off to volunteer for a good cause of your choice
Best thing is the $75/month stipend you get to use towards yoga/fitness and wellness programs of your choosing
Coffee bar, open bar, onsite spa are great. Health insurance requires a lot of out of pocket expenses. Vision coverage is miserly compared to other companies I’ve worked for.
The good: The insurance subsidies are good. There are snacks. The Bad: The 401K matching vests after one year. Then it vests 25% per year that you work there. There is no gym subsidy and there hasn't been one for months.
Company pays for a significant percentage of health care benefits, has a 401(k) match, sponsors numerous company events, invests in professional development for each employee, has invested in amazing office space and cares about the work/life balance of its employees.
401k matching does a long way
Health insurance was really good.
PTO could be better, but everything else is fairly standard for bay area tech companies that aren't Silicon Valley caricatures
Having unlimited sick days is a great perk. Not having to dip into PTO hours when I had a cold or the flu gave me peace of mind.
Company perks are good but no as good compared to other startups that offer full meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
Credit Karma does a good job of balancing practical perks (401K, baby bonding, etc) with other benefits like free snacks, yoga classes and gym subsidies.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.