Descent benefits, could add some additional ones, but it is a good start
its not bad. but it can be better
Great comp and 401k options. Healthcare is good and low cost to employees.
The work life balance is great. PTO's are excellent at the rate of 5 hours added to PTO balance every pay period. Snacks are subsidized in vending machines. There are food trucks that come in every twice a week. The 401 matching is pretty good. The bonus payout is really good as well.
Benefits are very generous given today's landscape. Plenty of options and just about everything is subsidized by the Company.
Products are weak, not well organized. Sales staff are not professional and the product team in San Diego is really protective about what they are doing which always places obstacles in the whole selling process globally.
You don't get any benefits until you "earn a position". Super frustrating that after months and months an employee would still have no benefits or paid time off. Also, while under contract, you don't get paid for federal holidays. And the business is closed.
The 401k match is only 2% and has a four year vesting schedule. Ask for a higher salary upfront to make up for the lack of benefits. Also, they do not provide incentives for healthy living, which is strange for a company based in Colorado. You can link your activity device to some program that makes small donations to a charity. How about your activity gives you reduced insurance rates? I'm not giving the company all my personal details, such as activity, weight, and sleep so they can donate a few bucks to charity so they can feel good about my work! Overall, the benefits look good on paper, but the devil is in the details, and unfortunately, aren't pretty.
Worst - only one insurance carrier. Ned a better plan for California employees
Generous benefits package - 3 weeks PTO on start date, comprehensive health & dental insurance, FSA, gym & yoga reimbursement, 401K, etc. However, they don't provide mobile phones or mobile phone reimbursement as a standard, bunch of red tape to get this covered from what I hear.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.