Current and former employees report that Front provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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Can't complain! Everything you'd need.
Flexible Fridays & hybrid work environment (wfh & in-office split).
100% medical, dental, vision Unlimited PTO Flexible Fridays program (every Friday is a no meeting day) Remote season - 2 months out of the year you can be 100% remote Catered lunch Commuter $ 401k, but no match
Great benefits - unlimited PTO; flex fridays, wellness days; medical, dental, and vision insurance!
PR and Communications
15 YOE, recently started my first tech PR job at a large, stable company & have been asked to get ~20 SMEs in front of media. Subject matter is not sexy. I lead PR for all of U.S. & have no other PR colleagues. My agency’s budget is 100k/year & they’re spread too thin to hit their KPIs. I feel set up to fail & feel we should be focusing on a handful of SMEs and only our sexiest topics. Any advice on mitigating unrealistic expectations for coverage? Anyone handled similar problems in the past?
New York City
Should I close my blinds so my nextdoor neighbor (W20s) and people in adjacent buildings 150+ ft away so people don't see me walking naked in my own studiofrom another apartment/building; or is it incredibly unlikely the people can see me, I should put myself in front of others more, and I should get over it? Some details: 24M, gay, living 10+ floors up in tinted high rise on the UWS, Just moved to the city a few weeks ago and trying to get a sense of etiquette. TIA!
The Real Estate Bowl
We’re moving into our first home soon! Very exciting but also overwhelming trying to figure out what we need & what appliances we should buy, lol. Would love any advice on the following below + what we should avoid! 1. What refrigerator brands are best to purchase? Any recs on fridges? Our budget is $2k 2. Best top load washer + front load dryer to purchase based on your experience? Our budget for both together is $2k And any other tips & tricks to think about when moving in would be great!
Its amazing because its so great
Flexible Fridays allow you to do deep work or take time for yourself, super valuable
Fantastic benefits — Front supports my whole self.
BEST BENEFITS AND PERKS! They even pay for my gym memberhsip
Free medical/dental/vision insurance, pretty good packages for all of them. Lots of other nice lifestyle benefits as well. Unlimited PTO which they actually honor.
Best: - parental leave is decently long, and available for both partners. Flexible as to how you take it (people often will take a month or so after the birth, then a couple of months later on over the summer etc) - wellness benefits - including a monthly wellness stipend, a work from home one-time budget, and access to a mental health / general wellness platform - healthcare: there are a healthy selection of plans - competitive pay: Front pay you at market / slightly above market rates (depends on the role), and your package will include a decent amount of stock options - flexible PTO: take time off whenever is right for you, no cap - flexible Fridays - this last benefit is the best one. Your work load is the same, but it's completely up to you how to spend each Friday. We're all unreachable (no obligation to respond to emails etc. unless issue falls under team-identified list of "emergency" situations), and it gives you time to work on projects which require deep thinking, or take an exercise class, or go on a hike and spend time with family, or just catch up after a busy week and get to inbox zero. Worst: - Honestly we're treated very well. There's nothing really "bad" on the list of benefits. Could the stipend be more $? Yes; but we're a startup; not Facebook. I'd rather take the extra salary.