The best: - Flexible vacation - Good maternity & paternity leave - Happy hour every Friday - Breakfast, lunch and dinner served everyday - Studio Nights: a Pinterest employee teaches a skill e.g baking, wood working, singing...
4-5 months paid maternity / paternity leave, great food, awesome health care, beautiful office, very comfortable work environment
Good benefits. Health care, PTO, discounts, 401k (sadly no matching), RSUs, etc.
4 months paid parental leave with an additional flex month.
Pinterest is highly supportive of its employees' family needs. 1. The culture is very welcoming of family members/kids visiting the office space. Of course, there are confidentiality needs and check-in procedures, but I've never seen visiting toddlers nor touring parents treated as an inconvenience. They're always warmly welcomed. 2. The culture is generally very respectful and flexible of its employees' personal needs around family schedules. As long as you're accessible, communicative and accountable like a mature adult, you usually have the freedom to adjust your office start & departure times in any ways that work for you and your teams. Of course, the social capital of face time is king (like any company) but VC and screen share capabilities are commonplace in pretty much any meeting. 3. The company regularly plans family-inclusive events (i.e. seasonal social events like the summer family picnic, Valentines, Halloween, Holiday, etc). 4. The benefits plans for family (new parent leaves and family medical leaves) are amongst the more generous ones I've seen. I've personally taken an accrued 4-months of paternity leave after the birth of our last child. It was invaluable! The leadership, my manager and my teams were highly supportive, and I never felt guilty - which was immensely important. The combination of a generous parent leave policy plus a mature, respectful and flexible culture (schedule and workload-wise) make stimulating work and playing an active and present parenting role possible. In previous jobs I've worked MUCH closer to home and been uncompromisingly less empowered to support my personal life.
Reasonable benefits package for a non-public company. Free breakfast and lunch 5 days a week. Free dinner 4 days a week. Lots of snacks. Unlimited vacation. Paternity and maternity leave are equal.
Unlimited PTO, Caltrain pass, 3 meals/day
work life balance is great at Pinterest.
There is no 401k matching
Super progressive family leave policy of 3 months (similar to Google) + another 1 month of part time. Also given 2 counseling sessions to figure out strategy for returning to work. One downside is not a matching 401K.