At PulsePoint, we recognize every team member brings something unique to the table. We provide one of the best environments you'll find anywhere, creating a culture that rewards bright, driven, fun-loving people benefits that recognize the whole person and foster continued growth in and out of the workplace.
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Current and former employees report that PulsePoint provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“good health insurance options plan”
“great benefits all around. Pay 100%”
“PTO is okay, but is behind the times for the media industry.”
good benefits including health and perks
Pretty good medical coverage. Company pays for vision. Time off could be better - their PTO policy is behind in the media industry.
$500 stipend to put towards a vacation after being at the company for one year!
None that I can think of. Pretty good benefits package overall.
Technical Account Manager
Being a woman in tech, I only recently started advocating for myself at work about advancement opportunities. Because of this I wanted to ask this question to my male counterparts. When you have 1:1's with your direct reports and talk about career growth / aspirations what is your managers’ response typically? I’d like to gauge how my experience (negative) differs from others. For instance are you met with blockades, enthusiasm, dread, etc?
50% 401k match, decent PTOs amount starting at 20 days, pretty standard health insurance packages
PulsePoint offers a pretty good benefits package and is consistently adding to it based on employee feedback. Added a few great ones this past year (2019) such as $500 vacation stipend for every 5 days you take off consecutively, One Medical, pet insurance, childcare reimbursement, Teladoc etc. Only thing that isn't up to par is their work from home policy. CEO doesn't believe in working from home, however, if there's a good enough reason to, then it's okay.
Comprehensive benefits: financial, health, work peek, commuting, and many more
overall really good. standard stuff like health is generous. Love the things they do for the team from free breakfast/lunch/retreats (including a cruise to Bermuda), and other fun stuff
Up to 25 PTO (you get an extra day per year), marriage leave, baby bonding leave (6 weeks), free snacks and drinks, company lunch every 2 weeks on Fridays, on-site classes, free SoulCycle or Swerve spin classes, gym reimbursement, sabbatical after 5 years, $2,000 training budget per year per person, 401(K) match, free medical insurance, company-paid sports teams
Pretty decent health insurance where out of pocket costs aren't too high. There is 401k match (max 3%). Working hours are pretty good, most of the office is gone by 6pm. There is a training and development budget although it is pretty low. Beer (& wine) Fridays are nice if you don't have to leave right away.