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Which benefits does Postmates provide?
Current and former employees report that Postmates provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Reduced or Flexible Hours(17 comments)
“It is flexible and on your own time but very dependent on time of day and how busy it gets. And when it’s dinner time there’s so many people vying for orders that you barely get any”
- Employee Discount(12 comments)
“Free Lunch benefit, technical support benefits, updating the app benefitss, and direct contact with the customer servie desk”
- Job Training(9 comments)
“Job training is much better than other delivery services, because they actually bring you into a physical meeting to train and teach you how to use the app and others thing you need to know to be successful.”
The best benefit at postmates was the insurance
there was decent medical coverage
Flexible, easy work, independence, and self-managing
Limited compared to other tech companies in the Bay
What people are saying about Postmates
Not a cpa but did full accounting for my prev job in prop management reporting to the CFO. Got burned out because I was the only one doing work. Took a lesser job for way lesser pay... Incomplete awful training, no communication, middle management was power tripping, nepotism like crazy. I was fired over text on a Sunday before a paid holiday because I went into heart failure and needed weekly med appts that made me 2 hours late one day. Makes you wanna drive for Uber instead.
My partner has been an uber driver ever since the pandemic started, but now we have a little one on the way and he is looking for more stable job options with benefits. He has a master’s degree in biomedical science and bachelor’s in religious studies. Before Uber, he worked in the film industry and has a lot of technical/camera skills in that field. Any referrals or ideas for how he could pivot his career would be incredibly appreciated. He’s open to all options, but especially remote work.
I decided to do Uber Eats this week while I had some time over the holiday. Actually I took the short week off my regular job just to get the hang of it. I did about 50 hours and I actually really enjoyed almost all of it! I have some questions and/or observations though if anyone is willing to share their experience? (Cont.)
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The benefits were good and competitive
didnt give us 401k when i started
The healthcare was completely provided
Postmates as a start-up was very generous on perks, also unlimited time off and vacation.
Great benefits for Postmates employees
Easy to screw sick time, good amount of PTO each year, great medical, dental benefits. As well as paternity leave for both parents.