Our team is the top reason employees love working at Roostify. We innovate, tackle complex challenges, and support each other throughout the process. We welcome all ideas and backgrounds. We also know that people do their best when they feel their best; we care about our people and want them to thrive.
Here are some of the benefits we’re proud to offer:
Free lunch and snacks, internal events, medical and dental benefits, commuter program, unlimited PTO, 401K match
Best is Roostify is investing more into company outings and events, creating cross-functional camaraderie that's badly needed. Worst is just a small 401k match, and 'unlimited' vacation can be difficult to use with approval for any vacation time depending on your manager.
Unlimited vacation, 401K, flexible working hours, great health benefits, free food!
401k Plan and match, health, dental and vision coverage effective on day 1, employee assistance program, commuter benefits, educational expense reimbursement, flexible work hours and flexible PTO, free catered lunch.
1. Joining Bonus, Providing 401k , Team Lunches and Everyday Lunch and Snacks 2. Included Commuter Benefits, health insurance, Maternity leave etc. Cons: Bonuses can be late sometimes depending on the finances which management receives
Awesome company perks with a great, very complete, benefits package. Free lunches every day, stocked kitchen with all your needs, plenty of healthcare choices, and 401k match!
The insurance package is extensive and thorough!
They have purposely kept the "flexible PTO" policy, because when engineers leave (as they have, in droves), then they don't have to pay out for the 15 days they actually allow that haven't been taken. So while the policy may say you have to work at least 20 days after taking 15 days before requesting additional PTO, additional PTO will likely be rejected (and has been). Moreover, they have specifically discussed the benefit of keeping the flexible PTO policy to avoid the pay-out at termination of employment (and I have told a lawyer I will testify to that). AND, they specifically told us out loud (and in Slack--so not "really" in writing) that PTO was limited to 15 days a year. But since that's not the official policy, don't expect to be paid out when you leave (and you should) for any of the 15 days that you didn't take--and don't expect to get more than the 15 days a year.
They say there's unlimited PTO but will block your PTO over 15 days a year. They will adjust your end date to suit their bonus payouts. Sure there's food, every startup on the planet has food and coffee.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.