DocuSign offers a comprehensive benefit package for employees and their dependents. DocuSign pays 100% of employee’s medical, dental and vision premiums and over 50% of dependent medical, dental and vision premiums. In addition, DocuSign offers Educational Assistance, Flexible Spending Accounts*, Health Savings Account, 401(k) matching in the US, Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), life and disability insurance, AD&D insurance, retirement savings, up to 6 months paid parental leave*, wellness benefits, equity grants, generous PTO, subsidized commuter benefits* and 3 days Volunteer Time Off annually. Each employee also receives a free DocuSign account for his/her personal use.
The company a selection snacks and beverages in microkitchens and hosts happy hours and holiday parties.
*may vary depending on location and country local regulations
DocuSign now matches and it makes me happy
Employee healthcare, life, disability insurance fully paid by company, 401k match and true up, wellness reimbursement and $100 transit allowance
Great overall benefits, matching 401k that immediately vests, stock purchase program, cell phone reimbursement, and transportation benefits to name some.
DocuSign has some of the best benefits packages, with full medical, dental and vision covered, as well as reimbursement for wellness, phone, transit, and other things.
Transit benefit just went up, so now my bus pass is fully covered, which is great. Insurance is good and there are also reimbursements for things like gym membership purchases. One of the best parts of all is that they often times match your donations to charities, which no other company I work for has ever done.
Very competitive benefits, and once you are in there are a ton of options you can pursue. No parking contribution and parking is expensive downtown Seattle.
Everything is great, I just wish they had fertility benefits like some of the other big tech companies.
- Incredible benefits package, healthy PTO, great health and medical - Strong company culture based around inclusion and giving back
Amazing benefits. Generous PTO (20 days) + birthday holiday, volunteer time off, very good health insurance for singles, fitness reimbursement up to $54/month, commuter transit benefit is increasing to $100/month, RSUs and ESPP, great snack selection! Only con is that there is no sick days separate from PTO, however, the ability to work from home takes care of that. Free lunch would be nice, though our snack and fruit variety is pretty amazing. Our office gets catered breakfast once a week, some teams get catered lunch multiple times a week
Health benefits are covered but the pay is SO HORRIBLE it doesn't even make up for it or really matter
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.