Current and former employees report that SoftRock provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“They offered an affordable health coverage for anyone without pre-existing health conditions. The HR management team appeared to be in transition when I started. When I asked how long they had been doing their job, they answered that they had just been promoted. Not a good sign of stability. ”
“It was average. We accrued 8 hours of PTO per month that was shared between vacation and sick leave. At a previous employer we accrued 8 hours of vacation per month along with 8 hours of sick leave and they did offer vacation payout upon separation.”
“I had never worked for an employer who provided food and this was top notch. We frequently had a themed weekly cookout and the tech department offered a kitchen stocked with snacks and free sodas.”
Great Medical (BCBS) and you qualify after 60 days. Three plans to choose from. Vacation days accrue if not used, one floating holiday per 6 mos after one year employment. 16 holiday and vacation days total.
Terrible, this place is a ripoff
Average. Healthcare after 6 months.
Best - Foosball, video games, kitchen stock with drinks and snacks for IT staff. Worst - Lack of direction and focus.
Technical Account Manager
Being a woman in tech, I only recently started advocating for myself at work about advancement opportunities. Because of this I wanted to ask this question to my male counterparts. When you have 1:1's with your direct reports and talk about career growth / aspirations what is your managers’ response typically? I’d like to gauge how my experience (negative) differs from others. For instance are you met with blockades, enthusiasm, dread, etc?
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It was so expensive for health insurance cheapest plan was like $209 for single person
Benefits were very expensive and provided very low coverage. The company also keeps you as temporary for three months before providing living wages and health benefits
PTO, health insurance, coffee & cookout weekly
Wait 90 days to receive benefits, PTO is not earned till after 6 months-1 year, Health insurance options provided were not the best and expensive (company didn't cover much of it by the looks of it), manager discretion whether to approve a day off, only lunch paid for was the Friday cookouts (hamburger, hot dog) every week.
Too pricey for health and dental. But has free $10,000 life insurance policy.
Best was they offered insurance. Worst was the price was too high and they did not offer any vision insurance either.