We have daily catered lunches, a fully stocked snack bar (extremely healthy snacks!) that is refilled multiple times a week, onsite gym with basketball court, pool, and rock climbing wall.
Lunch brought in, very good food. Snacks off beaten track, so-so. Healthcare shifting as expected in a small company so check on the HSA plans in detail.
Healthcare covered by employer are kaiser and hsa while ppo is the only option that requires employee contribution and can get really expensive if you have dependents. The person in charge of HR is female, yet the maternity/ paternity leave policy is terrible, providing only up two two weeks of paid time for parental leave while state benefits kick in. No 401k match. The wellness program is almost nonexistent, if you're at the hq office, they give you access to the ok-ish gym on premises. If you don't use it, they reimburse only up to $25 per month. Catered lunch can be very hit or miss, especially if you have dietary restrictions. In general, it seems as though they designed their benefit suite to be just competitive enough in the valley in the short term, not to take good care of their people in the long term.
Fully paid employee healthcare, vision, and dental, Open vacation and sick day policy
Great catered lunch every day, Thursday happy hours, unlimited vacation, work from home Wednesdays. No matching on 401k, health insurance options are okay not great.
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