We want our team and extended Salsify family to be well taken of! In order to do that, we offer generous benefits including health, dental, vision and life insurance, 401K, discounted T and Hubway passes, AnyPerk, FSA and dependent care.
Base package is competitive but no bonus offered.
The benefits package is not available to interns.
Benefits tend to be divided into two categories: fun startup-y benefits (beer on tap, frequent social events, super laid-back atmosphere, etc) and grownup company benefits (401k match, free or subsidized commuter passes, tuition assistance, etc). Most good companies have really strong benefits in one of those two areas and excellent companies have both. Salsify seems to be in its awkward adolescent period where our startup perks are fizzling away (we're hardly a startup at this point) but there still aren't any grownup company perks. Also, let's talk "unlimited vacation": I have never been a big fan of this concept. At most companies, it means no one ever takes time off. That is not really the case at Salsify, but on some teams, we're moving in that direction. Your manager will never really tell you "no, you can't take time off". But heavy workloads and people who genuinely care about their jobs means that a lot of people really don't take much time off. Perhaps implementing a mandatory minimum amount of time people must take off is the solution.
Great health insurance plan with no cost to employees, pre-taxed commuter, fitness discounts, flexible vacation, volunteer opportunities, fully-stocked kitchen (cold brew) and social events
The company provides a 401k to all employees and encourages you to contribute to that plan. There's an 'unlimited' vacation policy and flexibility to let people do their best work.
They provide top notch insurers but like most places these days the copays for any diagnostic testing are very high. Not sure what they can do about it but any help on this front would be greatly appreciated.
Unlimited vacation, snacks and drinks, weekly company lunches, Wednesday bagels, good benefits packages, lots of space to work, a lot of fun stuff planned 1 to 2 times per month.
No 401k match Health insurance is lame as well as wellness programs Also there is not really a commuting benefit...
No 401k match, health insurance is horrible (it's a startup so they're choosing the cheapest option), unlimited vacation is a facade. Benefits are not great.
Unlimited vacation policy is genuine - many companies with that policy devolve into a race-to-the-bottom where no one takes time off ever. If you get your job done and are responsible you can take the time you need when you need it. Health insurance plan is pretty good. Typical startup perks including beer on tap, snacks in the kitchen, casual office dress, lunch every Friday, and fun company events. Working hours are pretty flexible as long as you're getting your work done. Working from home is not forbidden but people typically don't unless they have something barring them from getting to work a certain day. Very good maternity/paternity leave policy. 401k is through Vanguard which is a great provider but there is no company match which is a bummer. No gym/public transit reimbursement, perks that other startups sometimes have (though you can get T passes pre-tax).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.