Vivint's benefits package is pretty standard for a company this size. Daily free lunch and untracked PTO are both nice perks. The downside is that the medical plan, while having affordable premiums, is a very high deductible plan. The 401k employer matching was, thankfully, added recently, but is not super competitive with other plans.
The benefits package looked good but I wasn't there long enough to receive benefits as I received a full-ride scholarship to attend a web development boot-camp less than 30 days after I started at Vivint. I had applied for this scholarship after I applied at Vivint but before I got called for an interview.
Health insurance was over priced and not worth it. The perks of working there is a lot of free food and free events.
Very high deductibles but very low premiums. I spent most of the year paying off the deductible before anything was covered, but at least I wasn't paying much each month.
0 Benefits, if you want any kind of benefits, work harder
You have to pay high deductibles for health insurance. 401k has to vest.
The Health insurance blows, dental and vision is "decent" at best.
Medical is expensive but the just started to match your 401k by 3%.
Salary distribution same job within company varies salary by department they are not synchronized at all when it comes to that. Free meal ticket for food every 8 hours but you get taxed $5 on each ticket on your check They make you buy badge if it breaks to cost of $25 from your check. Even if you have had it for more than a year. Lots of growth and chances to move up. Recruiters are not great at keeping you in the loop at to what is going on with jobs you applied for.
There is literally NOTHING in terms of benefits for its technicians. There is probably something for their management/HR/Sales reps. But screw their technicians doing the hard labor work. We don’t need retirements plans or medical do we? NOPE
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.