Lots of flex-time, 100% health insurance options, company events, free snacks, transit benefits, cellphone and gym subsidies. Stock options are offered upon employment, but management is not transparent about how they work, their value, and long-term benefit. This is not very comforting in a start-up composed of mostly millennials who are not familiar with stuff like that. Almost feels bait and switch.
best: 401k matching 3%, flexible WFH policy worst: team split between Ann Arbor and New York - makes it hard to get momentum going when people are always unavailable for questions or in-person meetings
Unlimited vacation, reasonable health plans, work from home-friendly, free snacks and drinks, less strict documentation of time off or sick days
The default health plan only costs $1 + tax for the value of the plan. It's a great deal and has really decent coverage. Could do with some child care reimbursement.
401k, company outings, company vacation, unlimited pto,
Unlimited vacation is a great perk. Health insurance has generally improved with time. Employees are able to work from home whenever necessary.
Fully paid premiums. Gym memberships. Unlimited vacation. Safe Harbor 401k. Immediate vesting.
Great Health, Dental, Vision insurance completely paid by the company. Matching on 401k contributions. Reimbursements for gym and cell phone.
Automatic 3% Company contribution to 401K , Fully Paid Medical & Dental Plan, Unlimited vacation (Responsible Adult Policy), and focus on performance and getting the job done rather than "face time".
Highlights of HookLogic's benefits package: "Take what you need" vacation policy for all full-time employees. This means that there are no vacation days, sick days, or personal days. If you need time off, you take it. During the Summer months, employees can take every other Friday off to create 3-day weekends to take advantage of the warm weather with their families. Health Insurance for employee and their family for a good plan is paid for. Company contributes 3% to 401k regardless of whether or not you make any contribution yourself.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.