great maternity leave especially after you are more tenured.
Pay for entry-level employees is pretty good. The upside for high-performers and managers who climb the ladder, on the other hand, is lacking. Benefits are fine. "Flexible" paid time off amounts to "as much paid time off as you can request before anybody else, if your manager approves," inasmuch as I've taken 3 days off in the past year.
Unlimited vacation, solid 401K, little equity opportunity
Flexible Time Off Policy
Good 401k plan and ~3 month paid family leave. Unlimited time off can make it a challenge to actually take vacation days, considering volume of work and intense work culture. People end up working much more than they would in a regular 9 - 5 job, "unlimited time off" doesn't make up for that.
Plans have been changing each year over the past few years. Costs rising. Last year health insurance coverage was poor. Small match now on 401k but below other companies I have worked.
Health insurance not bad, 3% 401k match, vesting over three years. Unlimited PTO is nice but is really a way for them to save money. If you don’t accrue time off, they don’t have to pay it out when you leave. Other random perks like parking subsidy and cell phone reimbursement
The benefits upon hiring are a bit ambiguous. They state "Flexible PTO" instead of specifying exactly what you are getting.
Time off, there is a flexible vacation policy so you are able to take as much time off as needed as long as your team is covered.
Health insurance was solid!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.