Free food. PTO was unlimited. Must be approved in advance. Not able to work from home.
Has employee discount, retirement plan, 401 K, 4 months or 1.5 months maternity leave, Aetna insurance, unlimited PTO. Good package overall.
Open PTO for sales, if you do well you have proper amount of freedom to take time for vacations.
Unlimited PTO! Unlimited food at Austin HQ! 401k 50cents to the dollar upto 6%, $450 Lyft Credits
Best thing is the unlimited PTO and ability to work from home one day each week. Good medical, dental and eye insurance.
Unlimited PTO is a nice benefit, insurance options are good for me.
I'm happy with the benefits at Indeed.
401k is great. Open PTO is nice. Unlimited snacks, drinks, food, etc. Clean and modern office401k is great. Open PTO is nice. Unlimited snacks, drinks, food, etc. Clean and modern office
Great Benefits all around with the company. Just need better compensation
This was a job, a paycheck. Not a career. Trying to work with AEs and management severely negatively impacted my mental health. Most of my coworkers were very mediocre with poor work ethic and little common knowledge. This made it very difficult to work with them. Luckily, they were decent people, but I often self-isolated to destress. Management is filled with people who are prematurely promoted simply because they've been there a few years. I had multiple managers there and have had a few jobs in my career. I can say that Indeed was some of the poorer management I've experienced in my working life. I've never encountered such nefariously calculated and negatively charged people in my life. The workplace culture; however, was awesome. Very relaxed. I would say, too relaxed at times. It will continue to be this company's saving grace: when it comes to morale and overlooking the slighted compensation received for the labor performed. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was working with the clients. They provided laughable stories and memories to share with teammates. Often, they truly appreciate your assistance and that gratitude was something I rarely experience with co-workers. Clients also taught me a lot about cooperating with people. The job however was very simple. By my second month, I could do the job with my eyes closed and found myself looking for another job. It was easy money in a big way, but management made the role unnecessarily stressful and cause to leave. The hardest part of the job was working with account executives/sales reps (AEs). They were mostly–there were definitely exceptions and thank goodness for them, otherwise I would have had a psychotic lapse everyday–very entitled, impatient, deceptive, underhanded, and ungrateful. But, if you've worked in a role where working with Sales is a significant part of your role, you know the personality and the *demographic*. I do not recommend this environment for people who have not mastered code switching, strategy, or passing. I must stress that I was shocked when I encountered AEs who interacted with me like a human being. One thing that is not mentioned in training or the job description is that you will be training new AEs. They know less than the client about how Indeed works, so brace yourself for that. I must stress that in this cutthroat environment, once egos of those in position of power are hurt, investment in your career development (what little opportunity within CS (Client Success department) there is) comes to a screeching halt.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.