Stock options are nice, typical pto
The health insurance policy is high deductible. The 401K is comparable to other big corporations.
Benefits for a tech company are on the very low side. Since, all employees of the company share these benefits (installers, call center support, engineers), it would have been okay, if engineers actually got competitive market salary. Management is very old fashioned regarding work policies, and Charlie's (owner) attitude is well known for being stubborn. The new CEO is more of the same. Good: 401k profit sharing, ESPP, PTOs People are knowledgeable and you can learn a lot even if manager's and other senior people are stuck on older ideologies. Bad: Salary, health insurance is average, work from home (although Covid Virus forced their hand to come up with a solution for time being), they want engineers to work like people in other tech companies but offer little/no bonus pay, getting promotion is very difficult. They always compare you to your teammates in your division. Even if everyone did well, only select few will get recognition and a raise. Some teams work output has no visibility and meaning for higher management. International travel only in economy class and your are expected to start working the very next day even if you have jet lag.
It was ok for us.
The worst part is insufficient maternity and paternity leave.
There's no work at home for English Americans. A little discrimination there.
there is defintly some koolaide to drink it really comes down to your fsm if its easy to work for or not and you are just a number benies are better than nothing but not by much
The health plan does not cover much. There's only one option to choose from.
Medical insurance is the worse
The ESOP was pretty good. Other benefits were quite bad.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.