Growing companies attract and retain top talent by offering excellent benefits – medical, dental, vision, 401(k) plan, free snacks, and drinks. ZEOs also enjoy other perks – many suggested, voted, and driven by ZEOs across the company. Here are a few examples that demonstrate ZEO power.
It’s all about being as proactively healthy as possible, right? At no cost to ZEOs, our offices frequently host health-oriented programs and events.
Having Fun Together
We enjoy working together, but we also make it a point to have fun, too. We conduct Hackathons, enjoy holiday parties, company picnics, themed catered lunches, team socials and off sites. The options are endless.
We encourage and support giving back to the communities we work and live in—it’s the ZEO way. Whether it be a financial contribution or a donation of time, we make it easy for ZEOs to make a meaningful difference.
Helping ZEOs Grow
The journey of learning and lifelong development empowers us to create our own future. From free access to the entire Lynda.com training catalog to monthly company all-hands meetings to leadership and technical training courses, ZEOs continue to grow professionally in the way that makes the most sense to them.
the team is very flexible
Maternity/Paternity leave is 6 months paid! Tons of flexible health options.
Great health insurance! Great benefits overall.
Best: Volunteer time off for community support Worst: No Matching 401K
The company allows employees to work from home. But a lot of managers do want their team to show up at work 99% of the time. So, it ends up may not be a choice. No free lunch.
Good Benefits for a growing company
for a smaller company the benefits package is very competitive.
No match 401k. No work from home. Pre-IPO shares offered Competitive salary
Great health plans, discount on gym membership, free snacks, free caltrain, working from home is common. Amazing work culture, the people is what makes me excited to go to work
Great Benefits for a company this size.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.