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Not Bad. No 401k option though.
Ethos Life response
We appreciate all your feedback and confirming that we do have a 401k plan offering pre-, post- and after- tax plans. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or search for US Benefits, in our EthoGuide for Employees on Notion to find more information about our retirement planning and financial coaching benefits. -The Ethos People Team
The "unlimited" PTO means NO PTO. When you do take PTO, expect to be called/emailed non-stop the entire time. Most people only are allowed to take 10 days per year, and even then, work the entire time. The executive leadership states that it's the manager's responsibility to ensure that employees can take PTO, but they do nothing to ensure the managers are following this rule. There are no consequences for managers that allow no PTO.
Ethos Life response
Thanks for your posting. At Ethos, based on your location and position, we offer Paid Time Off and/or Flex Time Off. We are committed that all of our employees should be able to take time away to rest and recharge, and our policies and processes are widely published on our intranet so that all employees are aware. We strongly encourage you to reach out to the People Team at email@example.com, so they can assist you in this matter and ensure this is resolved promptly. -Ethos People Team
work from home, unlimited pto,
Fair salary, great insurance, and unlimited PTO. Wish there was a 401K match and bonus package.
People take advantage of unlimited PTO, and compensation has been generous in my role. WFH is very flexible. However, some things can feel like you’re being nickle-and-dimed – for example, the company didn’t reimburse my relocation.
They are a nice company. Give them a shot.
RSUs, unlimited PTO, BUT no 401k match
Unlimited PTO, Medical/Vision/Dental paid 100% by employer for base package, minimum 12 weeks parental leave, no 401(k) match.
Ethos offers decent parental leave but they are not transparent about the leave not being fully paid. You end up finding out much later in the fine print that most of the leave is either unpaid or paid at ~50% unlike most other bay area companies which offer 100% pay for the entire period.
Time off is hard to take