Defintly depends on “the market” as it effects all perks and benefits. However in a slow market they are pretty good. In a great market it’s phenomenal! Dental plans are really good.
Time off is unlimited
Lendingtree has amazing benefits. Including 401 (k) matching up to 6% and unlimited vacation. The health insurance is affordable and very easy to chose options.
LendingTree has some of the best benefits that I have seen. I love the unlimited vacation and the fact that I can take time off when I need it without constantly worrying about whether or not I am going over my vacation days. I don't take nearly as much vacation as I would with a normal vacation plan, but it is so nice to not have that stress there. I also love the family friendly nature of the company and the fact that I can leave work at 5 and spent some quality time with my family without the interruption of work.
-benefits are nice, but bonuses are a little lacking
Unlimited vacation, Beer on the house, Onsite Gym
Non-existent maternity and paternity leave policy. They offer 1 week for paternity leave and 8 weeks for maternity leave where the company only covers 55% of base pay (you are expected to pay this back if you don't work full-time for at least 12 months after the leave). So you have to apply for FMLA leave to get full pay even for those 8 weeks. You are allowed to take an additional 4 weeks of unpaid leave. This is a joke compared to all other companies in bay area which offer a minimum of 4-6 months fully paid maternity/paternity leave.
Non-existent maternity/paternity leave. You get 1 week of paternity leave and 8 weeks of maternity leave where you only get paid around 50% of base pay from the company (can apply for FMLA leave to get the full pay). This is a joke compared to all other companies in bay area which offer at least 4-6 months of fully paid leave and flexible work arrangements to support the employees.
Worst - 401(k) - 50% match up to 3% max match and only vested after 3 years. REALLY BAD Paternity Leave - 5 days is terrible. Give a Father Time to bond with his child! They don't value family
While maternity leave is competitive, paternity leave is abysmal... 1 week is a slap in the face to fathers. So much for allowing time to bond with your child... They are not keeping up with the times... follow the lead of FB, Ally. Amazon and countless others 401(k) is REALLY REALLY BAD. 3% match (sub-par) but to make matters worse, you don't have a penny vested until you hit the 3 year mark! That means if you leave prior to 3 years, they revoke every penny of the matching 401k match is only 3%. Standard is generally 4%.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.