Flexible vacation policy and it's easy to work with management to get the time off you need Monthly wellness credit is a plus Decent health insurance - company does offer a fully paid plan or you can upgrade 401k matching Equity grants upon being hired FT The uShip Gives program enables employees to get involved in giving back to the community
Unlimited PTO + learning opportunities
It was pretty good.
Health, vision, dental insurance. All perfectly fine. "Unlimited" vacation time at the discretion of your manager. I took a full week of vacation, but when I asked for another one 5 months later, I was told that the days I had taken off over the course of the year (Week of vacay, 5 sick days, and 3 days for an out-of-state funeral) were too much and I couldn't take any more days that year INCLUDING the holidays. So, really it's not unlimited at all.
The new health insurance package is terrible - way worse than the previous one. Apparently the old one wasn't "cost effective", but if the new one is bad then I don't really understand how anyone benefits (other than Finance who are in the process of tightening the company's belt).
Pay was recently leveled-up to market across the company and just about everyone (including new employees) got a salary adjustment. That's a step in the right direction and along with the other great benefits it's great overall.
Benefits overall were great. Free lunch, discounted downtown parking, inexpensive healthcare, flexible time off policy.
The benefits are pretty great. They offer multiple health options including one that is free to the employee. Dental, vision, insurance, company-paid Short-term Disability and Long-Term Disability. They offer domestic partner and same sex partner benefits equal to everyone else. There is free chef-prepared lunch four days a week and breakfast on Fridays, beer-cart Fridays, paid company events and outings, and annual bonuses paid in cash/stock split of your choosing. Every employee gets stock options on hire and for promotions. They match .25 per dollar up to 10% salary contribution with immediate vesting. There is an open vacation and sick policy (although some managers are more strict than others) and they have fully paid Maternity leave and paid paternity leave. Seriously, what more could you ask as far as benefits goes?
Couldn't really tell you much about benefits because nothing was offered to interns (aside from basic health insurance and extra salary for those who took the bus to work) .
Unlimited vacation time (although many managers tend to limit it to 15 days), Fully stocked pantry, some departments have flexible hours
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