Stitch Fix Total Rewards programs are designed to engage and reward our people while supporting them in being their best self. Our people are invaluable to us.
We invest in them through a range of compensation, benefits, development, recognition, and time away programs.
When our people succeed, Stitch Fix succeeds.
Stitch Fix pays approximately 80% of benefits premium for employee coverage and 70% for dependents for Medical, Dental, and Vision. Stitch Fix also pays 100% of benefits premium for Life Insurance and Disability Insurance.
Great discounts on merchandise and working from home!
The benefits are actually for the type of job. They go in great detail of what is offered to you during orientation.
Nothing was bad about the benefits that were offered to the employees these were actually really good considering te company is new and somewhat small
good vacation days, flexibility to work from home, good health benefits
Not up to par with other billion dollar tech companies. There are no benefits for part-time employee outside of an employee discount on poor quality clothes.
The best thing about Stitch Fix is it's benefits package. I pay very little for great coverage on my health plan. PTO adds up pretty quickly leaving you with about 3 weeks of PTO. The downside is you don't get sick days so if you call out your PTO is automatically taken, even if you ask them not too.
Currently, hourly employees receive 15 days of Paid Time Off, which is awesome compared to some companies; however, I'd love to have a few days designated as "sick", in order to use PTO as self-care or vacation days! Not to worry, we've recently completed a benefits review so our benefits may get even better! :)
best - decent health care coverage, fsa, commute pre-tax program, options worst - no 401k match, catered lunch only once a week, inequality benefits based on department, social cliques the total compensation package isnt bad, but it's not very good either. being a tech company in silicon valley, i would say it's in the bottom 10% - pay, catered meals, insurance (health,vision,dental), 401k, commute, stock options, social events,.. but as a public company, it meets all the check marks. Yes, we do have a gym - the building out company is in has a gym, the building also has 30+ floors and many more occupants. Yes we do have "professional development" - depending on your department and who your managers are matters a lot. Yes, we do have catered meals. - Once a week. Not saying im not grateful, but i think we can do a lot better. Compensation is based on "national average and pays in the average spectrum. They say average, but the cost of living in the bay area makes it feels like minimum.
No benefits at all. None. Nada.
Maternity leave, paid sick leave
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.