At Indigo, we know that an amazing culture is what allows talented people to do their best work. We offer an innovative work environment where you have the autonomy and flexibility to drive your career.
Our exciting perks and benefits include a generous vacation package, a paid company shutdown between Christmas and New Year’s, free lunch 3 days a week and a stocked company kitchen, paid parental leave, subsidized gym memberships, commuter reimbursement and much more!
Access to company sponsored gym
They have excellent health insurance benefits
Best thing about our health insurance is some of the best I have seen.. little to no deductible with great rates and a wide range of care givers.
Lots of vacation time, excellent health insurance for very low employee pay, catered lunch 4 days a week, maternity and paternity leave, good bonus structure, stock options.
Excellent benefit package compared to what I have been used to in agriculture
The benefits package, from the health care plan to catered lunches, is top notch. It’s better than anywhere else I’ve ever been.
They offer extremely affordable health care
Benefits are comparable to most Ag companies. An employer match on 401k would be nice. Overall the vacation time is nice when you hear about it in an interview, however the company frowns upon you using it or taking anytime away from work. Most “company holidays” you are expected to still work even though they are recognized in the employee handbook. Don’t let the week between Christmas and New Years fool you. They expect you to work then too even though they say it’s time off. Truth be told...this company’s idea of work versus life balance is awful. There is none. Don’t let the people team deceive you with free lunch and bike reimbursement. The company doesn’t care for employees, just the company.
Some perks are free healthy lunches and snacks
Medical is good. PTO is impossible to take since they make you work 24/7. Closure during holidays meant nothing we had to work every day. No 401k or anything to help you save for retirement since the C level plans on cashing out. Stock options are worthless for now.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.