While maintaining fiscal responsibility, our organization is committed to compensating Solarians in a fair and objective manner—aligned to the market, tied to performance, and aligned to company objectives. Our comprehensive package includes competitive base pay and an annual bonus, complete health benefits including 100% employer paid medical option for employees, vision and dental, 401k matching, flexible spending accounts, voluntary life insurance, employee assistance program, and paid baby bonding leaves.
Current and former employees report that SolarWinds provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Unlimited PTO, sabbatical every 5 years”
“good matching + vesting ”
“Snacks alloted 600 pesos should be increase as well due to the price of the time is high”
great benefits - definitely working to keep up with the tech industry on what they are offering through their benefit package.
Health insurance and vision plan are free for employees and family. The minus is that these plans are high deductible
Unlimited Paid time off is great
Overall benefits are great. My 401k match is slightly less than my last employer, but still pretty good. Instead of PTO full time employees use Flexible Time Off with no specific maximums, left to manager discretion. Paid holidays, work from home for certain positions. Multiple health insurance options, and the basic HSA plan is free to the employee (yes, completely free, no monthly fees) AND the company will deposit money into the HSA on top of what the employee opts to put into the HSA. Also has good dental, vision, and life insurance, along with employer paid short term and long term disability. For a small monthly fee you can opt into their gym membership program through the health insurance plan that will give you access to a ton of gyms across the country instead of being committed to a single gym. Overall a great company to work for with a ton of awesome benefits. Pay is great too!
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?
Best was newly added unlimited pto
Overall, standard benefits package. Only 6 weeks mat leave.
No pension but descent benefits
Paid Time off is accrued
The benefits are middle of the road but improving. You are expected to use your personal cell device but no reimbursement is offered. Same for gym or other fitness memberships. This year they offered a subscription to LinkedIn learning, which is nice, but in the past companies I've worked for offered Udemy or other learning platforms that have a broader application. But, they do seem to be working to improve so that's a positive.
RSUs and 401k match. Decent healthcare and vision for startup space