In addition to comprehensive health and welfare benefits, PagerDuty is also a "Pledge 1%" partner. This means employees get 20 hours of paid Volunteer Time Off each year.
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“Really great for the most part. A bit expensive for full family (600+ per month for best PPO option); however, for employee + children, it's just above $100 per month. Employee + spouse is just under $200 a month. HMO through Kaiser is only offered in Northern California. A bit over $400/month for the family on the best plan. A bit over $40 for kids and employee and 120 for employee + spouse. The deductibles for the PPO are low and there's an amazing amount of services that do not kick in the deductible. Most typical medical expenses (e.g. doctor, specialists, mental health, medication) do not require the employee to cover the deductible! Fairly low max out of pocket as well (4x deductible individual or 8x for the family) on the PPO. They offer 30k for reproductive assistance on the PPO plan and 1 round with Kaiser. ”
“It's at the discretion of the manager; however, there are many employees who are 100% remote ”
“It's very generous policies for leave. ”
Pagerdutyis a really great company. The benefits are great.
401k is very weak at 1% match. The health and dental are adequate.
Good: * Standard health, vision, dental insurance * PTO is 3 weeks for first year, 4 weeks per year onwards (standard in tech) * Extra wellness days during COVID-19 pandemic * Using PTO for mental health days are openly encouraged * Pre-covid, standard tech office perks (free lunch, drinks, snacks, game room, free transport from office to BART in the SF office) * VTO (volunteer time off) is world-class Bad: * Lower salaries compared to other companies * No annual company bonuses, horribly low annual merit increases (1-2%!) * Low 401-k contribution (1%) * Uses mental health app for free coaching/therapy sessions, that is not rated well with employees
Great company perks, health insurance, average sick & PTO, and 401k.
PagerDuty offers a competitive benefits package that covers all basic needs. The company has adjusted nicely with Covid to take care of us with WFH allowances and necessary PTO and sick time if need be.
Best is the ESPP, it's very generous
Great parental leave, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, and I'm pleased with the health benefits for me and my family.
Matching 401k should be higher.
Great joining bonuses, Decent RSU options.
Great Relocation Bonus for Interns
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