Great amount of Holiday, a lot of office happy hours, private room for meditation/prayer/pregnant women or new mothers.
Good Health insurance but high deductible. 401K . The vacation policy is good and a good amount of paid holidays
Vacation is only OK. 15 days for first three years. Other benefits are pretty standard. Nothing great but not too bad either. Gym stipend. Maternity leave.
Vacation time for those who've been around for more than three years is plentiful; health insurance is a high-deductible plan but the HSA we're given (and funds for that HSA) help a great deal. Gym reimbursement is a nice perk though capped at $400 per year (which in NYC is not a lot). 401k is offered -- with autoenrollment and autoescalation -- but match is capped at 3% and the matching funds take five years to fully vest, which is a bit frustrating.
Best: Money towards medical bills Worst: Salary
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Company only matches 3% for 401K; insurance deductible is $2,500 for single beneficiary. 3 weeks vacation/yr.; 5 weeks after 3 years
Great brand value, Free snack, great location, good medical coverage for full-time engineers, flexible working hours and many Forbes events
small 401k match, out of pocket max on health insurance, strong employee advocate inside the company
Office is closed between Christmas and New Years.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.