Credits each quarter to stay at hotels.
*I've not had one benefits personal contribution increase in my 7 years with HotelTonight, and I have myself and my four children on my plan for health, dental, and vision. Every other employee here benefits from the same great plans, with the only marginal differences coming from different states/countries in some cases having specific plans. *The parental leave offered is very generous compared to other employers I have experienced. *I've worked from home for 7+ years now with HotelTonight.
Low cost insurance, 401k, small fitness stipend, credits to use the app to book hotel rooms each quarter, unlimited vacation days
Nothing here is worth mentioning. If you're looking for strong benefits, i'd go work for Google or Facebook.
Unlimited PTO policy is amazing!
Hotel credits were great, they just started to contribute to 401K
The company has absorbed yearly rate increases for Health/Dental/Vision from the beginning.
You'll never go hungry; if not for the free meals each day, there are bottomless snacks and a fully stocked bar. AND you can head over to your subsidized gym to work off all the goldfish and string cheese.
Great benefits package. The company is very thoughtful of the employees needs and listens when what we have isn't working.
Best: A health insurance plan whose premiums are fully covered for individuals, lots of culture-related perks like company events, off-sites, open bar happy hours, etc, strong paid parental leave programs for both primary and secondary caregivers, Product user research / testing program to try out the app with credits stipend, fun perks like t shirts to celebrate big launches, etc. Unlimited PTO. Plenty of social activities with good participation across the team (typically lean towards bar focused events and millennials). Worst: Unlimited PTO policy depends a ton on your manager and team - some teams do not take much vacation at all, creating a culture where it's actually tougher to take vacation than if there were a clear policy. No 401K matching.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.