Covers mental health and family planning
They use My Time Off instead of PTO. Unlimited PTO as long as manager is aware.
HSA where company contributes $1500 per family per year. Compelling RSU awards for high performers. Unlimited time off policy.
We get unlimited paid time off. It's a good and a bad thing. The amount of time off you get depends on the work habits of your manager. If your manager values work-life balance and family, then you should be ok to take a reasonable amount of time off. However, if you report to a workaholic, then it gets a little trickier. We do have maternity and paternity leave, which is great for those having children. And, there are decent 401k and Employee Stock Purchase Plan.
Good: 20 days PTO, this increases if you stay with the company for a long time. Sick days are included in PTO not it's own thing. Volunteer time off is nice if you choose to volunteer with coworkers or on your own. I have heard vision/dental insurance is good even though I don't have that personally. Employee stock options are great Bad: not alot of options for health insurance
Good and comparable to current industry standards
Salary used to be great. Total benefits are on par with other firms of similar size.
it's ordinary package, average level
Not enough benefits overall compared to other companies nearby.
it used to be pretty decent but over the years of decline its just nothing left really. You could work as contractor and just get a little less.
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