• 14w parental leave • unlimited pto • breakfast, lunch, snacks- everyday (free) • takeaway dinner sometimes • weekly onsite happy hours • hip, high quality coffee bar (free) • no premium (meh coverage) ppo (with dependents • one medical covered • $255 max commute subsidy (this isn’t and fsa that you put money in, the cash comes from Nw - restrictions on how you use it) • 4% match 401k • no annual bonus so negotiate a good salary • quarterly offsites • capped gym reimbursement • capped phone reimbursement • 500/yr enrichment stipend ^ as of 4/29/20
Very competitive compensation and benefits including many plans that offer free (fully reimbursed) coverage for employee + family. Also generous time off for new parents.
Awesome competitive benefits program. 100% paid medical coverage for employees and their family, unlimited PTO, commuter subsidy, free breakfast and lunch every day, cell phone reimbursement, gym reimbursement, 401k match.
Top notch but the start-up style benefits and culture are very focused on San Francisco; much of the company works remotely.
Free dinner delivery to the office up to $25 per person every day!
The benefits package is amazing. NerdWallet pays 100% of medical coverage costs, which I have never had anywhere else I worked.
Great benefits. 401(k) with company match (50% up to 4%), health care, paid time off unlimited vacation, stipend for phone, learning stipend, paid paternity and maternity leave, etc,
The benefits are truly comprehensive and generous. They offer 401k, fully paid health insurance premiums, transit benefits, enrichment stipend, and unlimited PTO.
Fully paid health insurance premiums, unlimited vacation, free lunches, 401K match, commuter stipend, gym/cell phone stipend, professional development stipend.
The best thing about the benefits package for NerdWallet is the option to have the company pay 100% of your healthcare premiums. It is rare to see a company provide this kind of benefits option, and I thoroughly appreciated it. The worst part is that they do not offer tuition reimbursement for things like graduate programs. I think this is due to it being a smaller company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.