Solving GIANT ideas doesn’t just happen at work. That’s why it’s important to us at MongoDB to provide you with resources to help you thrive in every aspect of your life. We’re devoted to creating an open, innovative and supportive environment for our team.
From mid-day meditation sessions and ping-pong playoffs, to robust learning and development programs and career coaching; your opportunity to make an impact is real, and we want to support you in that journey. One of our top priorities is to maintain the health and wellbeing of our employees and their families.
Here at MongoDB, you’ll have the chance to work on our most core technology and programs, and be part of an influential company that’s disrupting the industry.
Best = 20 weeks paid parental leave globally for mothers AND fathers Worst = no 401k match *yet*
really good health benefits and perks!
Great benefits overall, unlimited PTO (though this usually means you tend to take less), Mental Health Benefits limited but still nice to have any at all. Some offices have a gym onsite. No 401K match
Pros: -Competitive Pay -Unlimited PTO Cons: -No 401k match -No relocation
Health insurance benefits seem to be great. Great paternity/maternity leave.
Health insurance is great and it kicks in from day one, not to mention the amazing Maternity/Paternity leave policy. They have also just introduced a fantastic gym pass that get's you into thousands of gyms at a discounted rate, so if you're into fitness it's a great perk!
Pretty good. I like that we are not required to fill out health options every year. If you plan doesn't change, there is nothing to do. At previous employers, if you missed the deadline you could lose your insurance, even if nothing has changed.
Fantastic, great company to work for
The salary is pretty decent. Wednesdays WFH. No 401K though. Catered lunches on Tuesdays and Fridays.
The stock package was generous for someone like myself who is fresh out of college! $8000 over four years
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.