Great insurance, 401K, PTO, company sponsored events.
For a progressive organization, they check the boxes on healthcare and parental leave but do not offer formal "sick days", you have to take them out of your vacation days. There is no transparency around equity or stock and only the senior leadership has ownership in the company. No employees receive stock or equity in any way. The company does not appear to donate money to any charities (which you would expect from a progressive political tech company). There is no ongoing professional development which would benefit not only employees but the company at large.
Benefits were all very good.
expensive health insurance if you desire to get family coverage
Free health insurance and paid parental leave
When I left, they docked my pay for doctor's appointments but never paid me over time for the many late nights I put in. Months after my employment, they kept harassing me. I eventually had to block their number.
Family leave policy can't be beat. Good health care, dental, FSA has a good mobile app for submitting expenses. Recently added disability insurance, with a very professional and active VP of HR.
The benefits package they offer is what the democratic party advocates for everyone. Covered health care with your deductible reimbursed by the company. Paid parental leave for both parents. Matching 401k.
The company--NGP VAN--is trying to revamp and expand its benefits package recently in an attempt at employee retention.
The best part of working at NGP VAN was their flexibility in hours and working remotely--which was really a special case for me more than a company-wide policy. Aside from that, NGP VAN's 401k and medical insurance left a lot to be desired. Raises and bonuses were laughable compared to my other employers.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.