At NetApp, we are passionate about creating a stimulating, supportive work environment for you. We strive to keep you healthy, happy, and moving ahead through our benefits programs.
We work hard but also recognize the importance of work-life balance for our employees because what’s important to them is important to us! Recently we implemented Family First, which encourages employees to take paid time off to bond with a new child (through birth or adoption) or to care for a family member with a serious health condition. Our volunteer time off program is best in class, offering employees 40 hours of paid time off per year to donate their time with their favorite organizations. We provide comprehensive medical, dental, wellness and vision plans for you and your family. We offer educational assistance, legal services, and access to discounts and fitness centers. We also offer financial savings programs to help you plan for your future.
Join us, and we’ll help you do your best work.
Best - stock options and health insurance. Worst - nothing
A little spendy for health care
good health insurance, ESPP is great,
Good health insurance. Company contributes about 2500 for HSA for family insurance.
All the benefits are reasonable and fairly competitive with other large tech companies in the Bay Area. Only rough thing is it is hard to get RSUs at a junior level
The benefits package seems to be standard compared to other companies like NetApp-- so that's good.
health care costs and package and options are getting fewer and fewer each year along with increases in employee cost
Good benefits are ESPP, 401k, work from home. Good work and life balance.
Decent benefits, upto 6% matching on 401k, average prices for health, dental, vision insurance, ESPP at 15% discount, onsite gym at Sunnyvale and RTP
Benefits have gotten worse over time. Higher costs worse choice in health insurance. 401k matching still set to levels (crap) based on "stock options" that are no longer given.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.