It's a little low for a SDR/BDR role in comparison to other companies. However there's lot of opportunities for bonuses and increasing your base each month.
Basic benefits. Nothing stands out or is amazing
Great company culture and happy hours/company events, but barely any PTO, no health insurance until you've worked there 90 days, and no 401K until you've worked there 1 year.
they offer endless vacation days but it's incredibly difficult when you have no one to cover your accounts, I remember someone have to do their 100 phone calls (average daily number) over the span of the week to get just ONE day off they also say that if you meet your quota you get a day off but they raise your quote to avoid giving you any further rewards for doing well... this is typically on a monthly basis, rather than a 6 month or yearly evaluation
No benefits until you've worked with the company for 3 months
no 401k available to people other than management
Great benefits for someone just starting. I never really took full advantage of them though.
No retirement saving for the first year.
The pay structure allows you to increase your base salary each month based on your performance. You start with a relatively low salary but can increase it by $20k+ if you work hard.
Standard healthcare benefits and vacation time. Have a good 401k plan with company match but need to be at company for a year before you can participate.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.