The good: Great work environment, solid pay, pretty good benefits & flexible working hours. The bad: it is hard to move up the ladder and get promotions, as well as pay raises
Two things I like about our benefits - flexible working and the fact there are lots of small benefits that really add up: cell phone reimbursement, fitness reimbursement, massages, tech choice, free lunch, pre-tax accounts, counselling.
Un limited paid time off policy, good health insurance package, free chips, cold brew, beer, and wine.
- Open PTO - Gym at the NYC office - Personal Trainer every week - Onsite massages - Free food and drink - Cell phone allowance
- Flexible scheduling and time off. Take the time off as you need it - Health/dental/vision insurance were comparable to other businesses of the same size
Unlimited PTO, large kitchen with snacks, avocados, fresh fruit, cold brew on tap and beer and wine in the fridge. Also have standing desks
401k match, unlimited PTO, WFH opportunity, free snacks & alcohol, tons of company events, phone bill reimbursement, new smartphone device reimbursement (once every 2 yrs), fitness reimbursement, pet insurance, and more!
Decent insurance plan. 401K has a vesting period which takes 3 years to fully vest.
Health insurance improving, tons of free food, generous 4 month maternity. Huge hit/miss with HR.
Lots of great perks. Unlimited PTO, so many snacks, endless food, weekly massages, fitness center on site, etc.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.