The health insurance is great. It is completely employer-paid if it is just for you. Otherwise they offer great options for families including low yearly deductibles and HSA. Generous 401k with a 5% matching.
5% 401k match, paid parental leave programs, 100% employee insurance paid, 75% of family cost paid, HSA contribution w/HSA insurance
They don't give raises. They delay bonuses to hold people back for Q1 each year. The snacks are thoughtless and minimal just to check off the "snacks" benefit provided. The employment contract states equal benefits but there is a lot of disparity in the context of flexibility. There is at least one person in each team who either don't show up at all, or show up strategically and dial into a handful of calls here and there. These people are often people who have just learnt to play the system and are now untouchable for a few rotter processes they built and now support. Ordinary employees have to show up and deal with increased deliverables for as little as one work from home day even if they are young parents, have tiring commutes. Not sure if dialing into a few calls is considered ghost employees but post downsizing in Mid 2016, there are quite a few of these ghost employees who play the system and are possibly making a completely different second full time job. This is severely unfair to people with better work ethics who are constantly pressurized as the company struggles to retain talent and targets become harder and harder to hit. There have been cases when people of the advantaged race get longer maternity leaves than others and there have been people on maternity leave who have been let go, which takes a lot of legal hustling to do, but Prosper does it. I do not recommend them as an employer outside of you being able to fit into the sweet racial spot and of the 40s age group(in which they will always give you a high title than your last) and want to take a few years in a corporate soap opera of designation wars.
I liked the flexibility to choose my own health insurance plan. And it was free!
5% 401k match, paid commuter benefits of $80 a month, $88 per month towards wellness benefits makes the benefits package great!
Unlimited vacation. That's good if you have a manager who has a great work life balance values. Otherwise, it could be the other way around. Nice perks with the food and beverages. The healthcare is competitive as well as gym/commute benefits. Overall, it's very good compared to others.
Great benefit options, PTO & wellness, vendors are always responsive and the internal HR team is easy to work with. Very comprehensive.
worst high level management and best management
Benefits at Prosper were fantastic. 401k with match, commuter benefit of $80/month, fitness reimbursement of $80/month, unlimited PTO, great health insurance options, and more
Prosper: The best thing about the benefits package: Gym Fee Prosper: The worst thing about the benefits package: Maternity & Paternity Leave