Revature is the Nirvana of employers for Software Engineers. One benefit that really stands out is that each new software engineer is provided 3 months of in-depth training on the most relevant and next-gen technologies. The learning doesn’t stop there. Revature engineers receive ongoing training to make sure they are always up to date on the latest technical advances. Revature also pays for industry certifications. Revature engineers also enjoy free popcorn every Thursday and Pac Man and Donkey Kong arcade games are available for a fun break time.
Revature offers 401k ,dental ,vision,and health insurance.Apart from regular bonds.They also provide Travel benefits with paid time off,relocation assistance and compromised stay on serviced apartments.They training program is very unique,that they pay for the training too.Industry certified and well talented trainers who will assist us at 24/7.Employee friendly,work life balance with easy access to C-level people.We have lot of opportunities to learn and grow and get placed with fortune 500 companies.
A great place to kick start to career, best place to learn and develop our self, A clean and comfortable space.
There's no 401k match. Need improvement in PTO
There were no benefits. The pay sucked for the cost of living. You had to work there a minimum of 8 months to even get the company insurance.
No benefits, just an option for housing with reduced pay.
Everything is great for me.
Benefits provided for me and family are excellent!!!
Revature allows to have unpaid leave. They provide us housing . Everyone is the Revature are good people, and work hard.
While many are paying thousands to attend a "boot camp", this company will essentially pay you to do just that. Honestly, it is the perfect opportunity for me, having taken an interest in Computer Science towards the very end of my academic career. The online classes they offer are high quality, and it seems they take care of you while under their employment. Their business model is one I hope to see implemented elsewhere.
6 hours of PTO each pay period but no holidays.
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