There’s never been a better time to be at Mozilla.
We think our team is the best and we aren’t afraid to show it. Our goal is to offer you options that will enhance your quality of life and provide the support you need to achieve your personal and professional goals (and have fun while doing it)! Our health and welfare benefits are comprehensive and our perks are unique, like us and just like you. Your benefits are important, we’ve got your back when you get sick or injured and help you plan your future.
Time off is usually easy to set up and hours are very flexible. Employees are given a good amount of paid time-off per year. Health care coverage is basically the industry standard, which is good. This stuff makes the work-life balance tenable.
Mozilla provides a very high standard of benefits to staff including a health and wellness program and professional development budgets and more.
Benefits package is excellent - includes full coverage of medical/dental/vision, parental leave, wellness benefits, professional development funds and more. The benefits package is by far the best I've had in my professional career thus far.
Quarterly bonuses. Fully paid health, dental, and vision insurance, including spouse and children. Excellent parental leave.
Most premiums are free to the employee, making shifts in health care costs invisible. The lack of official sick days makes it hard to recover from an illness. Since remote work is such a strong part of the organization, at least you don't risk infecting others.
Totally free healthcare for the whole family (in the US)
Amazing health, dental, and visions insurance, remote work, quarterly bonuses, 401k, professional development budget, holidays and PTO
Full health insurance coverage, including dental/vision.
Best benefits at Mozilla are quarterly bonuses and no out of pocket health care. The worst benefits are no stocks or especially programs.
Great overall benefits covering medical, mental, parental, and professional growth.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.