Good in all respects. Employees are well taken care of.
Great benefits (health insurance, dental, vision, life), unlimited vacation, events, travel
Flexibility - lots of great options so you can easily choose what works best for you.
They provide a health benefit allowance on top of compensation and immediate vesting for retirement contributions
The entire culture at Netflix is like nothing I have ever experienced. Do yourself a favor and read the culture deck online. My wife is having a baby soon and I can take up to 1 year paid leave - they put you and your family first. Open PTO, breakfast and lunch everyday etc. and I could go on and on. However, the most important benefit is not in the 'package' but in the culture where you are set up for success, given the right context and autonomy is the standard.
No tuition reimbursement and they hire a lot of student age-employees for their customer service.
Netflix is very generous and reasonable with the benefits package. Employees are also given a lot of flexibility to decide how much they want to allocate to specific benefits. The plans offered are flexible and reasonable.
Best - Vacation is unlimited as long as you are getting your job done at a stunning level. - Maternity/Paternity is currently up to a year in the US, but more importantly it is flexible. You can take 4 months and then come back on a part-time basis for 2 months or don't take any initially and when your spouse has to go back to work you can step in and start taking paternity time then to extend the time your kid is at home with one of you. - Shuttles from around the bay to ease the commute. - Free food, but then the expectation is you are available to have meetings during lunch every single day, in my time there I think I left to go out to lunch maybe 5 times. Average - Dental - 401k - Vision Poor - If you have a family you could have to spend more than you are used to at other companies for decent health insurance. - No tuition reimbursement, the company's theory is they pay you such a good salary then you can handle your own tuition costs...this is true, but eventually these kinds of things add up. If you want better health benefits then you can pay for it. Severance In the company's culture deck they speak of providing employees with a "generous severance" and it is true to a degree. It is a flat number of months. As a result, if you have been with the company a short time then the severance is great, 5 years with the company then fair, more than that then not so generous. Also the severance does not include any time period of medical benefits coverage and so you immediately enter into needing to make decisions about COBRA. Also, if they let you go towards the end of the month it is not very kind, as you would find it hard pressed to get any kind of dental, vision, or health checkup scheduled and completed before your benefits run out.
Unlimited vacation, one year parental leave, 401k with match, 5% stock options with immediate vesting, great health insurance, cell phone and plan.
You aren't offered benefits until 90 days in .
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