Very solid benefits plan. No negatives I can recall.
My favorite part of MarkLogic was the people. It connected me with some smart, intelligent, passionate, people. There are some good in office perks depending on which office you are in. The office experience has been positive with each location taking on a different personality. The office managers keep a well stocked kitchens of beverages and goodies and one weekly lunch day as well as plan special activities and gatherings. The standard benefits were on par with most companies. 401K - There is one... Medical - There has been a push in recent years to convert most to HSA plans. It really depends on where you land on your type of coverage, for me an HSA made sense, but may not for all. I think many companies are at that point, so neither a positive of negative. PTO - Is gray at best - leaves it up to the department/managers to define Overall decent, fairly competitive benefits. I will still rank the people as being the best "benefit"!
HSA plan with good company contribution. 401k standard. Unlimited PTO really means 15
Best benefit: competitive salary and bonus; occasional work-from-home Worst benefit: medical coverage premium is too expensive; 401K match is negligible
It used to be good, but got worse over the years.
Health insurance options are comprehensive. They also offer pet insurance, paternity leave, matching 401k contributions, new IT equipment, AND a weekly yoga class.
PTO and benefits available almost immediately after hire, generous 401k matching, free weekly lunch, good selection of snacks and drinks, office has nice natural light and ample parking day or night, people spouting "Howdy, Neighbor!"
Great benefits overall and HR team.
Pretty decent all-around. Cell phone comp could be better considering it's necessary for the job.
The health and dental insurance is ok not as good or as inexpensive as other larger companies. The 401k is pathetic. Very little match and you need to vest 4 years in order to receive it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.