Current and former employees report that Uber provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Drivers need to push a ridiculous number of hours to see a positive return.”
“No mobile phone discount is given.”
“slight discount on company products & services”
Its a really great time working here
Great benefits! Unlimited PTO, Uber credits, great health benefits, wellbeing reimbursement per month, flexible work from home
Food, 4 months Pat leave, flexible on leave requests
no unpaid time off included
Which FAANGS + Tesla, Uber, Microsoft, Disney, and their attempting competitors in the Fortune 500 have the best perks? free lunches, employee shuttles, money for housing, highest RSUs, best office spaces, top equipment, etc I imagine it varies a ton from office to office so if you know own of any offices that are nicer I’m curious about that too. For example, ford factories are sometimes 100 years old and most are around 30 years but they all range in niceness/quality
Deloitte Experienced Hires
Did Deloitte have a late-night Uber policy before the pandemic? Joining in a month and also moving and wondering how much I should consider it. For context, my current company had a policy pre-pandemic where we could Uber home every time we worked after 7PM and we could expense meals as well during those days.
Consulting Exit Opportunities
If interviewing for a gig startup (ie Uber, Postmates, etc), would it be wrong for me to ask how Prop 22 is effecting them and what they’re doing to mitigate the potential that it does pass in 2022? Prop 22 was the CA policy that would require all those companies to give their drivers and contractors full-time employee benefits and such.
Great flexibility, Good pay, perfect side job
Best- well-being monthly reimbursement plan Worst - no 501k matching
The healthcare provided was top of the line and their support for new parents was great.
Covered the full gamut of needs in a high class and consistent way
Can't recommend highly enough wooo
No benefits, just discounts to services you would have to pay for anyway.