great deal for employee's discount. No paid time-off for part time
Best: -Lunch on Fridays -Frequent Company events -Annual paid retreats -"Unlimited" vacation (great to not have to worry about accruing time off) Worst: -No matching 401k -Lack of clear policies regarding education & professional development -"Unlimited" vacation (feels like everyone's too busy to actually take time off)
Best thing is they're open to feedback and actively looking to improve based on employee needs. Worst thing is due to the start up mentality, some benefits are lacking for employees with families to support.
401 (k) Dental, Vision, Health Employee discount on product (although we get a lot of free product as well i.e. samples) Unlimited vacation time (as long as you get your work done) Unlimited free food Unlimited free alcohol Everlane will pay for classes Employee retreat with the whole company Monthly team events with the whole company Off site events with your own team
Best: Friday lunch, annual company offsite, flexible PTO, relocation, 30% discount on clothing. Worst: 401k was only introduced recently with no matching, very basic healthcare, hard to know if there is a parental policy since nobody in the company of 75 has kids...but I imagine it would be very limited.
Good, and slowly becoming great. Difficult for a smaller non-tech startup to stand out in San Francisco, where opulent benefit packages are the norm.
There are no benefits for part-time Customer Experience members, except for a 30% discount.
Best: "Unlimited" vacation Worst: Not much clarity on benefits during the hiring process.
Not option to dump money into a 401k
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.