We want to make every day you spend with us worthwhile, both in and outside of the office. At MuleSoft, you’ll have the tools, services, and products you need to be productive and happy so you can do your best work and thrive. We offer competitive benefits packages, and our employee programs are a unique mix of company-sponsored activities and employee-driven initiatives to help you take care of yourself, engage in the community, and enrich your professional development. All our major offices are spacious and accessible spaces designed to inspire creativity and innovation.
Great health and dental insurance, transportation programs, pet insurance, 401k plan if interested.
PTO policy needs to be adjusted. Was previously unlimited PTO, is now 15 days (including sick and vacation) under Salesforce. No work from home policy + 10+ hour days + everyone coming in sick all the as a result = some unhealthy Muleys Aside from that, VTO is excellent. Healthcare benefits also excellent especially if you have a family. Facilities are great. 401k matching is a clear sign that they invest in their employees. Muleys miss their catered lunches and healthy snacks, but it's a battle we know we have lost.
Snacks, unlimited PTO, catered lunch 3 times a week
The benefits cover the basics, and offer nice perks like cell phone reimbursement. My main wish is they offered matching 401k.
401K isn't matched 3 days a week free lunch isn't terrible Have to walk upstairs to get coffee
Benefits are typical bay area...which is a funny way to say they are really great.
broad benefits package that isn't over engineered to give you everything you need
Benefits (medical, dental, vision) offering is fairly weak. It is known within the company that these types of benefits are decidedly middle of the road and nothing more. There is the expectation that you are always in the office, yet there is no help from the company for the commute (other than pre-tax savings through WageWorks). No real gym or fitness perks (there was once a discount on nearby memberships). Free lunch 3 times a week, free snacks and drinks are pretty good. Unlimited PTO is nice, but only if you can actually take time off, and in most teams you are still responding to emails and pings when you are on PTO.
'"No vacation" policy' is limited by your manager saying "now isn't a good time to take off." No 401(k) match.
Competitive benefits, flexible work environment
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