Our broad benefits package provides you and your family extensive protection and services.
Quantcast offers many perks that are now considered standard in most startups/tech companies in SF: lunch/dinner/snacks every day, good health/vision/dental insurance, great maternity leave, annual bonuses, monthly cell phone reimbursement, and a fun office environment. However, they don't offer the big ones. There is no 401k matching plan, some dogs come to the office but it's not really a "dog friendly office," no unlimited vacation policy, no monthly stipend for fitness, no commute reimbursement, WFH policy depends on your manager, and they don't have big quarterly events to build culture.
Quantcast has amazing benefits: monthly cell phone reimbursement, the best health insurance I've ever had, dental, vision, beautiful offices, nice light laptops, huge monitors, standing desks, free food all day, a weekly happy hour and a beautiful holiday party. The vacation policy is 3 weeks to start, with a 4th week added after your second year. If you make it to 4 years, you will have 5 weeks of vacation! Worst thing is no 401K matching and work from home is discouraged.
The PTO & health benefits plan are solid and comparable to other companies in SF. They do NOT match 401k contributions and compensation is on the lower end of the spectrum.
Best is food daily and decent health care. Worst is no tuition reimbursement or 401k matching.
Good salary and health benefits.
Worst-no 401K matching. Best-"free" lunch.
Overall pretty benefit other than no 401k match
Benefits are great and what I would expect working for a company of this size and in this industry. The only improvement could be for offering fitness benefits or perks that can be used at a gym of your choice.
The package is average overall, but I'd say lacking in comparison to most tech companies and established startups that Quantcast likes to dress up as. Fundamental benefits like 401k matching aren't available, and when brought up to management their importance is countered by highlighting niche benefits that are only used by an extremely small margin of the company, such as paternal leave, baby-care rooms and fertilisation treatments, all of which are de facto excluded to me as an LGBT.
Nice perks: Insurance, free snacks and meals. Unfortunately no 401k match
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