Unlimited pto, generous paternity and maternity leave, stock options, 401k match, stocked break room, wellness discounts.
Match 6% of 401K, low family premiums and $ towards coinsurance cost
Benefits package is really competitive. Employer pays employee premiums for most benefits, you would pay for family/spouse etc.
Remote work, flexible hours, parental leave, and PTO
Benefits package at Health Catalyst is good
Great health, dental, and vision benefits. Generous PTO. Many other benefits that contribute to being a great place to work.
All the standard stuff plus true unlimited PTO and a 3-month long parental leave after having or adopting a baby
Perks: Office is located very close to a ski resort in SLC, so if you're mormon, interested in outdoors activities whatsoever, or simply interested in U.S. History, the office location is awesome. The office is largely 'Remote First' meaning that many of the employees work from home. The office is available if you are near one of the five locations (six now?) for regularity's sake, but working from home is also an option. I didn't feel pressure to choose one over the other. Health Insurance: Health insurance is pretty standard Aetna - I feel like they did a good job bargaining for what they did. 401k: Employer matching is very high, something like 7%. Excellent package. Vacation / time off: Most positions enforce a work life balance without paying too close attention to time off, the motto is 'do the work, not the time'. The tough part about this for me is mentally justifying taking the time off... despite constant pressure from management and my boss to do it. Regardless, policy is infinite PTO, which is a good policy.
As Health Catalyst starts to act like a grown up, benefits are beginning to change. Parental leave policies just changed. Education benefits, though still heavily advertised are not funded in department budgets.
Top notch benefits - better than most across the industry. Generous PTO, 401k match and HSA match along with a full spectrum of offerings (many employer paid).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.