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Strong benefits including a digital first (WFH) culture, unlimited PTO, and a monthly stipend for office supplies. This is in addition to the great healthcare benefits.
Drift has a strong benefits package with competitive options across the board. From healthcare (including HSA, FSA, Vision, and Dental), 401K matching, unlimited PTO, paternity leave, and more - they have it all. They're constantly improving their benefits programs as well, and you can tell they do their best to take care of their employees as the company grows.
401k match is only up to $500 at year. Somehow that's worse than not matching at all. Drift has done a bad job of adapting its benefits to COVID, what were once excellent office perks (lunch every day, coffee, snacks, beer) have been replaced with nothing now that remote work is the reality.
No employee match, no longer competitive with benefits extreme oversight in pto by leadership
Ample benefits with the focus on having a great work/life balance.
Very flexible working environment with ample time off for sick days, vacation, and working from home.
Pretty standard. Has improved a bit
Health Insurance is quite generous - minimal deductible, and none for outpatient services. No copay for preventive care. Really top-notch offering.
Great health plans, gym benefits (discounts for local gyms, classpass), building in Boston isn't pet friendly, but it is in SF.
benefits with Drift are severely lacking in comparison to other competitors. They should invest more in their employees
We have made a lot of changes. I am sorry you are not here to see the changes we have made for our employees both in time off, primary caregivers leave, secondary caregivers, leave, wellness. As we continue to grow, we will continue to add additional benefits for those that stay with us. Thank you for taking the time to write a note. Dena
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