Pros: Ensurance is very basic (does not cover much) but it's also very low price compare to market median. 4 week family leave for bonding with new born is a nice one. 20 days vacation, unlimited sick days. 401k and 100% contribution matching. Free food
- Free lunch and snacks: Great perk - Free gym: Free very small gym in the building - Healthcare: Was okay, not great but okay - Maternity Leave: Not great compared to other large companies. I don't know the details, but full pay is not offered (or only for 6 weeks or something like that) - PTO: Great at 15 days PTO and 5 days floating holidays. ADP only gives 6 official holidays a year though, which was bottom of the barrel. - Sick time: Unofficially unlimited, but most people just WFH. - Remote work: Manager dependent. Not available for an extended period. Really depends on your manager and team. Not as accepted as other tech companies, but I was able to WFH a decent amount of times.
They're very good and meet industry standard.
The Health Insurance is not particularly good. The Employee Stock Purchase plan seems decent though. Really the best part of the perks is the free food.
vesting period for 401k match (3yrs) and stock options (2yrs) is awful.
Great selection of benefits. I also like that you can get discounted stocks. Divesting takes years.
It's not terrible, but compared to other employers in this industry it's pretty "meh".
The 401k match is 100% to 6%, which is great. However, vesting period is a little longer at 3 years.
Best Things: They still offer pension plan, solid health plan, lgbt community, community help programs Worst: There is still no commuter benefits
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