Flexible time off from work, so there is no limit other than management declining requests. 401K matching is decent/
Quite aligned with the market average
medical insurance package is not best
Vacation policy has always been generous, even with the new switch to "unlimited". Flexible hours and work from home. Pet-friendly!
The medical plan is reasonable premium and lots of additional options such as legal service, pets, and higher amount for dependents life insurance.
Reasonable standard policy. Vacation policy moving to 'at employee discretion' - but no particular expectation that this will reduce days.
Poor company performance has meant furlough days have been instituted to try and get employees at or near the max accrual cap to reduce their outstanding hours. Unfortunately, for employees that used there vacation to take a week off at a critical time, these furlough days ensure that there is no ability to accrue vacation beyond a handful of days. The eventual plan is to have an unlimited/untracked vacation plan. For those in critical positions, very small work groups, or who work for unreasonable management this is going to make vacation even harder to take.
For a mid-size company, really good Benefits. Compensation includes Salary, Bonus (not all companies do Bonus in the Valley) plus Equity. There is ESPP and 401k Match ( Not all companies do 401k match in the Valley!) Light snacks and soda in the break room is helpful, but cafeteria is slightly on the pricey side. Onsite gym in SJ or gym reimbursement is great. The new Unlimited time off policy is great; just work it out with your manager. Best thing is that you can bring your well-behaved dog to work. It makes such a difference.
Good 401k matching. Great ESPP program.
Competitive benefits package overall including 401K with a matching %, ESPP and Medical, Dental and Vision plan mostly covered for a single employee. Good vacation starting at 15 days per year + 1 more day after every year worked, up to 20 days total and around 10 holidays. Also gave RSU's though these decreased as the company grew.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.