The salary at Owlet is competitive and I was able to negotiate for a higher base salary. Owlet typically doesn't offer any signing bonuses. The stock options package is very competitive and I was able to get a 1:1 phone call with the CFO to go over all my questions about how the stock offer works. Other perks include great health insurance, "date night" money every month which you can use for anything but is intended for a night off with your significant other or just to use for yourself for a gym membership or anything (you simply submit a receipt in your expenses). The hours are fairly flexible and there are other perks like weekly free lunch and periodic fun team activities. Maternity leave is 3 months paid leave. At Owlet your vacation days are unlimited and don't need to be tracked, you just arrange it with your manager.
One of the best benefits at Owlet is schedule flexibility. The culture is very supportive of working from home when needed. The Maternity and Paternity Leave is also best in class compared to most companies in Utah.
They don't offer matching for 401k yet. That's coming though!
Monthly family lunch + early release. $60/month date night money.
Benefits are okay right now, but they continue to get better and better as we grow. The reimbursements for babysitting/dates is a fun one.
Flexible vacation time, 401k contributions, medical and dental plans, plus monthly babysitter reimbursement to be used for date night. I can work from home when I need to, and there are weekly company lunches.
Lots of perks, the insurance package includes a HSA option which is great, although the deductible is high.
Benefits are extremely expensive. They are literally the bare minimum. No 401k
Time off is super flexible. Insurance isn't great, but it works. There is no 401k yet.
Health insurance is OK but the company contributes to your HSA pretty generously Provides company paid minimal life insurance with options to purchase extended coverage AD&D Monday lunches with a company updates
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