The company had a paid sick days, a decent health care insurance package, and lots of flexibility to work from home if you need to.
The medical benefits from this company is very shoddy in the US. It comes from a discount medical company so many respectable practices do not accept the YouGov “plan”.
Retirement package was pretty standard (modest). Health insurance options were good, though employees do have to pay for a portion of premiums (~$100/mo).
the flexibility! It's unparalleled.
Out of pocket health benefit pricing for US employees is very reasonable compared to other companies.
Health insurance is excellent coverage with little out-of-pocket cost to the employee; good 401k match program. Great vacation policy for those with tenure - but poor for newcomers.
There is a perks site where we get discounts on certain things. I have only used it for movie tickets. 401k, vacation based on time worked/ sick days a couple floating holidays, ability to work from home occasionally, Maternity/Paternity leave, opt-in option for medical/dental/vision. Maturity/Paternity leave included
YouGov's benefits package is solid.
The CalTrain GoPass is great for commuting. The office is too small to have a cafeteria, but there is a generous selection of snacks and good coffee. Management is flexible about working from home, doctor's appts, etc.
While it is great to work remotely, the health benefits can be a little tricky. As a remote worker, when the insurance is quoted through California, it can be difficult to find providers that accept the insurance, even when the insurance company considers them in network.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.