Culture Trip Benefits
- United Kingdom
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
Which benefits does Culture Trip provide?
Current and former employees report that Culture Trip provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Work From Home(4 comments)
“home is great, but can't see peers”
The working environment is good
I like it here today
Working from home once a week
Expensive healthcare options, no 401k or pension plans, and any questions regarding benefits go unanswered by management.
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6 days ago
I am a Sr IT PM, Scrum Master, Financial Analyst, have a Masters in Project Management, and 10 years of experience working as a consultant to the government within the IT healthcare industry. I am so bored with this work. I’m in school for Astrobiology and considering also getting a Designing and Building AI Products and Services certification from MIT xPro because I believe AI is the future and one of the more exciting areas to work in. Considering this, where might I look for roles?
a month ago
I’m an ex-Google senior program manager…laid off twice this year. I just got an offer. I love everything about the job but the pay is 👎🏻. Benefits are comparable to Google’s. Should I suck it up and accept? If you’re in a similar situation I’d love to hear about your experience. Thanks fishes!
2 months ago
Business Intelligence Analyst
Hello! I have a tiny professional dilemma I was hoping to get some opinions. I got two offers on the table for a Business Intelligence Developer for both Dell and Whole Foods Market. Dell is offering 121k, BI position, 5 weeks-ish PTO, 6% 401K match and has a 25-30 min car commute. Whole Foods is offering 103k, Senior BI position, 3 weeks PTO, 4% 401K match and has a 20 min walking commute (or 5 min by car) . Both job hybrid schedule (3 days in, 2 remote). Which one would you take?
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Performance based benefits package is assessed annually
Culture Trip has a very flimsy benefits package with poor, overpriced health insurance, limited vacation time and limited sick time (5 days per year). An UNMATCHED 401K plan and ZERO company comtributions to anything (health savings, retirement, charity). Basically, they offer the bare minimum.
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