An important part of Kiva culture is taking care of our team members with excellent benefits and support.
Especially for a nonprofit, Kiva offers a comprehensive and generous benefits package.
Kiva offers a competitive benefits package. One of the best things about the benefits package is the health insurance!
Great health insurance at almost no cost, professional development annual stipend, 401k matching, unlimited sick days and 3 weeks paid vacation.
Kiva's employee benefits package is great. Not only is it affordable but it's also extremely flexible. I've been able to access incredible specialists for alternative treatments that previous employers have refused to pay for.
no benefits were included at Kiva for internship programs.
As an intern, you don't get many benefits and you aren't paid. The main perks would be the free snacks, dogs, and fun work environment.
Kiva is a non-profit, so the culture and engagement of many employees is mission-driven. Best thing about the benefits is that they covered the basics well (medical/dental, 401(k) with match, etc.) and did a great job with lifestyle perks (flexible hours, work from home) and creative/ownership incentives for engineers (20% innovation time -- the real thing, not "120%" like Google)
401k, 3 weeks vacation, some decent snacks in the kitchen
The best thing is coverage for health, dental and vision, especially the family coverage provided. The worst is 401K match, which is only $2,500 per year
Best -- 100% health insurance coverage, 401k matching, paid trip to visit partners anywhere in the world every two years Worst -- promotions are hard to come by so don't expect to get a raise every year
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.