Benefits are amazing. Lots of free swag and food, unlimited PTO, company events, and 100% paid health insurance!
Stock Options, ESPP, 401K match is not so good. 401k Plan is average. No Deferred Comp Plan for High Earners. Salary and Commission are excellent including draw
Company perks have slowly been declining since I started with Pluralsight. The benefits package is still probably better than most places but not what it used to be. They have cut back on stocking snacks for the employees which is really annoying. They sold the company car we had access to, and there is way less flexibility in scheduling. They used to say "Unlimited PTO - that you can actually use!" Now it feels like there's too much pressure to use any PTO and you should be in the office for 9 hours a day. On the flip side, medical and dental premiums are fully covered by the company which is really great. The 401K match isn't the best, but it vests immediately so it ends up being better than most places. Since going public, they have introduced an employee stock purchase plan that could be lucrative. Pluralsight also provides for a fitness reimbursement program as well to offset the cost of a gym pass.
Pluralsight continues to think of, and put their employees first.
Amazing benefits. Pluralsight is always surprising me with how much they think about the employee experience.
best part is a full paid health insurance
Best = unlimited PTO, weekly massages, weekly meals
So many perks. Health insurance paid for, free massages, access to a Tesla, snack wall
Incredible benefits. Unlimited vacation as long as you're getting your job done, really good health insurance (it's actually free so you can add that onto your salary), 401k and matching, gym reimbursement, ... so many awesome things.
Very strong benefits package: Includes company matching 401(k) (up to 3% employer contribution); A great medical network- I believe the biggest in my state; Vision is decent- serviced through Spectra- exam and new lenses every year, new frames every other. Dental is also decent. Orthodontia for children includes a $1,000 lifetime max payout (nothing for adults). There is a $1,000 (individual) deductible before health insurance kicks in ($2,000 family), but the premiums are 100% paid by Pluralsight. And last but not least, unlimited time off! It's great and I'm in favor of it, but I had more vacation than I could use at my previous company, and was happy for the extra check when I left. That being said, it's cool that Pluralsight trusts me enough to not keep track of my days off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.