The overall benefits are good; the only setback is that the benefits are not as good as it was before 2018.
Quantcast was very flexible in accommodating lifestage changes, new babies, illness, etc. The culture was very strong and employees were appreciative of the work/life balance.
Good benefits all around. Monthly phone and device compensation. Good healthcare plans. No 401k matching which is frustrating and no commuter benefits.
Good plans were offered for health coverage.
The food benefits are incredible. Very nice catered lunch and dinner and plenty of food at breakfast. Nice healthy snacks on demand, Vitamix for use, and always a salad bar available. Gluten free and vegetarian options if needed. Health insurance is pretty good, nothing crazy. No 401k matching right now but they do support a retirement plan. Stock option refreshers and initial grants at reasonable strike prices. Ability to WFH for certain teams and good days off policies
Great Health Insurance, PTO, Stock Options, Free Lunch snacks and dinner, Maternity and Paternity, commuter benefits, cell phone reimbursement, 401k (no match)
They offer $15 commuter checks. The rest of the benefits package is pretty standard, nothing stands out as "special."
Pros: Competitive pay, stock options, and free lunches/dinners. Cons: No 401K Match
Free lunch and dinner everyday
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.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.