Company just was acquired and the parent company now pays health insurance premium. Downside? Employees have no equity stake in the company.
The best things about Vendini's benefits package are the premium medical plans available at great rates, and generous PTO and sick days.
They only have the basics which is not competitive at all in SF area
Nothing special, benefits are more expensive than you'd like but provide adequate coverage. 401k but no matching, and employee stock offering is so small that it's kind of funny.
Company perks, get stipend for tickets to events
Company offers quarterly stipend for attending events. Offers paid vacation days, and great policy on doctors appts. They offer good health care plans. There isn't a 401k matching plan though. No stipends on transportation or lunches.
They offer a really cool ticket stipend per quarter, and tons of snacks. Stocks were advertised but the system around it is confusing and I'm not sure if anyone who works here actually has gotten any(I haven't).
Snacks and relaxed office environment
There are no benefits that you won't get at any 3 person startup. You can find anything better with a couple of emails or phone calls. Stock is a flat-out lie. I work at small companies for stock. Salary pays the bills, that's it. Stock buys the house.
The worst thing was that there were no stock options, yet the company considers itself still a startup. Stock options were added later, though no one has seen the actual package, yet.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.