Unity offers a benefits package as awesome as our culture. Of course, we have the usual suspects like multiple healthcare plans, dental, vision, group legal, identity theft protection, and critical illness insurance. We also offer money toward your commute, and reimbursement for fitness expenses that is flexible whether that’s yoga or a gym or rock-climbing. Our vacation and holiday time off are generous and fun (we are off 16 hoidays in the Americas including the Fridays before Memorial Day and Labor Day), and we believe ALL parents should have time to bond with new children so we offer equal parental leave for moms and dads. Once it’s time for work again, we also have Back-Up/Emergency Childcare. And while you may not ever want to retire if you work at Unity (especially after you experience the daily catered lunches, bevy of snacks, and draft beer always at the ready in our SF office), we have a great 401K with company match just in case.
Unity is pleased to offer an attractive and affordable benefits plan to all full-time employees working 30 or more hours a week and their families.
Unity has a good benefits package in the US. Employees are given 5 weeks of vacation to achieve more parity with European colleagues, there is a 401(k) match (up to 3%. 5% would be more competitive with contemporaneous employers), and the health insurance options are quite decent. Basic PPO for a single insured with low deductible is about $70 a month, and a higher deductible is free. HMO is also offered, etc. The company generally keeps up relatively well with European benefits, not just in vacation but also free lunches, a fair amount of flexibility on working from home occasionally, and eligibility for sabbatical. Stock options are frequently offered to new employees, but equity refreshes have become far and few between as the company has grown.
Health insurance and transportation fees are wonderful. The relocation fee is enough for me but maybe not enough for some people.
Insanely generous but they are just weird about work from home. i find this an unintended way to make life harder for women or men with family reaponsibilities. Your manager might grudgingly let you sometimes wfh but its not allowed to be a policy. Since it is so hard to afford to live close to work in SF this causes hardships and inconveniences that technology is supposed to solve. Even one day a week for a team would be amazing! Hypocrisy. You work with people around the globe and they cost cut travel but wfh is a big barrier? Just love this company except for this one unnecessary barrier to work life balance clearly put in by a good kind well meaning but clueless man who has either had no family or had a wife to take care of all these details or the wealth to pay for someone to. I was so shocked to find this was for real! It caused hardship and pain and when my little girls school calls and she is sick I feel added stress i will be seen as MIA even tho I can do more by working during the commute time!
Many people said the gaming industry has lower benefits than other companies. That's not necessarily true for Unity. If you remember every offer is negotiable, then it's very likely you can get a competitive salary.
Basics like health plan, insurance, etc., are there. Good free lunch onsite. Quite a lot of extras, such as gym subsidy and commuting benefit. Usually get several days off around holidays such as 4th July.
They keep improving their benefits packages each year with some progressive offerings towards family care, mental health and supporting a healthier lifestyle.
Amazing benefits on par with other large Bay Area tech companies- free medical/dental/vision, 401k match, delicious lunches, abundance of snacks, cold brew and variety of beers on tap, VR room
100% paid health insurance, $100 wellness per month, $75 commuters benefit, free lunch, free snacks, 4 month parental leave!
Free lunch. Cold brew and beer on tap.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.