At DataStax, we offer a comprehensive and competitive benefit program. Our benefits are part of who we are, and they are designed to take care of you. We strive to keep you healthy, whether physically, emotionally, financially, or socially. Here are a few examples of our benefits and perks. Please note your benefit program will depend on your location, country, and employment status.
Good medical and dental insurance. Nice bonus plans. etc.
Opt out pay for waived benefits.
company perks such as free lunch, DTO, work from home, and flexible hours
Great offering for a company of this size.
Working from home is huge at DataStax.
Best thing - Work From Home. Many people (from all levels of the company) I've talked to are proud of this company's distributed workforce. I feel this is a benefit that definitely helped us to attract the best talents in the industry from around the world, and continues to serve as an important factor to retain top talents in this increasingly competitive job market. The CEO is also proud of sharing some best practices in running a distributed company (see his most recent interview here: https://hbr.org/sponsored/2018/06/5-practical-ways-to-engage-a-geographically-distributed-workforce). Another often overlooked benefit is: this company is very open to rehire someone who previously chose to leave. Like any startup who goes through ups and downs in its growth phases, it is inevitable that some people decided to leave. What's different I've observed here is: there's not much hurt feelings from the company even if you leave, and if you want to come back because your new gig doesn't work out, people would welcome you back with open arms. This "rehire a former employee" phenomena is so wide-spread across many departments here, that somebody even custom-made a DataStax boomerang as a welcome gift for those rehires.
The benefits are extremely good health dental vision!
Great benefits, have what most companies do in the Bay Area. I love the flexibility to work from home, additionally the Health Care has many options.
So far I have had no issues paying my benefits or my bills and they recently announced a new feature for my phone - so I don't have to remember my cards anymore!
It was all good, my base pay was way below the industry average. I realized this only when I accepted another position with another company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.