We’ve got you covered
At Red Hat, we recognize that our associates play many roles in their lives outside of being Red Hatters. To bring their best selves to work each day and fully contribute, they need to feel supported in taking care of the aspects of their lives outside the office. With this understanding as our foundation, we take a flexible approach to supporting our people at every stage of life.
We have a flexible, competitive benefits plans to keep Red Hatters and their families healthy and happy, at work and at play. In the United States, we offer a competitive benefits package including 401(k), medical, dental, and vision along with life, disability, and other coverages to support you and your family. Globally, we design our offerings to align with the needs and values of Red Hatters.
How Red Hat rewards
The best rewards are the ones that fit your unique motivations and values. Our rewards portfolio offers every associate a winning combination of rewards and opportunities. Your rewards package will depend on your preferences, performance, role, location, team, and manager. Help your recruiter and hiring manager understand what types of rewards are most meaningful to you.
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Current and former employees report that Red Hat provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Low cost even for family and great coverage”
“Not available in our region”
“You get 5 days each quarter and have to spend them each year.”
Plenty of time off for new moms. 12-14 weeks STD + 6 PPL
Benefits are amazing and have a variety of peaks
The benefits package is very generous.
Health insurance, 401k, match charity donation
The quarterly bonus is fairly consistent, even during rougher times in the economy. Your manager always meets with you to discuss the amount before it applies to your paycheck. The health insurance benefits are great, as well as the many options and benefits they offer.
Benefits are amazing. They are constantly hearing what people want and adding more and more.
Best work culture. Too many changes upper management, heard to keep a good relationship with managers
Good benefits at red hat
Nothing special, interns didn’t get anything notable except you could be a remote worker
PTO days are very good.