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Which benefits does LivePerson provide?
Current and former employees report that LivePerson provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(25 comments)
“High quality plans/coverages are available.”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(17 comments)
“The benefits are pretty decent.”
- 401K Plan(6 comments)
“Offer employees a great match”
The health insurance and perks are fairly standard. We do have some supplemental insurance for legal and identity theft protection, so that is nice.
High quality health insurance plans.
Good maternity leave and unlimited PTO
REally good coverage, and depending on what you need, it is at low or no cost.
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21 days ago
I’m an ex-Google senior program manager…laid off twice this year. I just got an offer. I love everything about the job but the pay is 👎🏻. Benefits are comparable to Google’s. Should I suck it up and accept? If you’re in a similar situation I’d love to hear about your experience. Thanks fishes!
a month ago
Business Intelligence Analyst
Hello! I have a tiny professional dilemma I was hoping to get some opinions. I got two offers on the table for a Business Intelligence Developer for both Dell and Whole Foods Market. Dell is offering 121k, BI position, 5 weeks-ish PTO, 6% 401K match and has a 25-30 min car commute. Whole Foods is offering 103k, Senior BI position, 3 weeks PTO, 4% 401K match and has a 20 min walking commute (or 5 min by car) . Both job hybrid schedule (3 days in, 2 remote). Which one would you take?
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Flexible working, work from home
Pretty solid benefits package including salary, reimbursement for internet and phone , 401K. Gym membership reimbursement could be something to think about in the future.
The worst thing about the package is the HR team - they don't know or don't care about doing their jobs. They took an extra month or two to get my into the 401k program because my SSN was entered wrong, and then they couldn't be bothered to check. Overall time off was good but was confusing in that it was in multiple buckets. This was fixed early in 2023 by switching to unlimited PTO, but they did at the same time by removing previously earned PTO days without payout where required by law. Sick policy of 5 days total was absurd for a modern tech company, but is also obviated by an unlimited PTO system. There is adequate health coverage and good 401k matching.
$0 for high deductible health care plan
Unlimited PTO and stock buy program.
company pays in full for high deductible plans.