PulsePoint FAQ

Have questions about working at PulsePoint? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at PulsePoint.

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25 English questions out of 25

February 1, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at PulsePoint?

Pros

This is my 4 job and by far the best company that I have worked for. They do exciting work in the healthcare space, the team is great, leadership cares much more then any other company, benefits are solid and the clients are top notch brands in the healthcare space. They also have a pretty good benefits plan including health, dental, free food, company retreats. The company also is very open about its numbers, strategy etc

Cons

The company is relatively small so you cannot hide. I have seen a bunch of promotions but they aren't a lot of them because team is less then 200 pp. Wish they had a tuition reimbursement program and paid bonuses more regularly

Advice to Management

All good except there are a few people on the team who act like prima donnas . . . don't tolerate that stuff. It is difficult on us all

They also have a pretty good benefits plan including health, dental, free food, company retreats.

February 1, 2019

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January 29, 2019

What is health insurance like at PulsePoint?

Pros

- Innovative in everything we do - Collaborative environment - Great health benefits - Spin class and free lunch every other Friday! - Verticalizing in the programmatic space to stand out against competitors!

Cons

- No work from home policy - No flex hours - More transparency from the HR team

Advice to Management

Management is receptive to lower-level suggestions. My advice would be to continue driving the company to where it can go. Focus on what we do GREAT at and drive it to success!

Great health benefits

January 29, 2019

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February 1, 2019

Does PulsePoint offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

This is my 4 job and by far the best company that I have worked for. They do exciting work in the healthcare space, the team is great, leadership cares much more then any other company, benefits are solid and the clients are top notch brands in the healthcare space. They also have a pretty good benefits plan including health, dental, free food, company retreats. The company also is very open about its numbers, strategy etc

Cons

The company is relatively small so you cannot hide. I have seen a bunch of promotions but they aren't a lot of them because team is less then 200 pp. Wish they had a tuition reimbursement program and paid bonuses more regularly

Advice to Management

All good except there are a few people on the team who act like prima donnas . . . don't tolerate that stuff. It is difficult on us all

Wish they had a tuition reimbursement program and paid bonuses more regularly

February 1, 2019

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April 8, 2019

What is the retirement plan like at PulsePoint?

Pros

Extremely generous learning stipend - Everyone gets $2,000 every year to spend on learning & development. The values aren't just words on a wall - Everyone seems to believe in them. Game nights are a fun way for everyone to connect. The people who work here are really knowledgeable. My manager doesn't take themselves too seriously, which is a breath of fresh air. Lots of areas to grow and learn about, there's nothing holding you back.

Cons

PTO bank should be increased, we can do much better. Benefits package in general could be stronger- I would rather have a higher 401k match or stronger health plan instead of a retreat. Working from home shouldn't be seen as a negative thing if you can get the work done. It comes across as inauthentic when you refer to managers as "coaches"... We get what you're saying, but maybe don't be so cheesy about it... Being direct and authentic will take you much further with your team.

Advice to Management

Don't take it personally that the workforce is changing... It's easy to get hung up on "this is how it worked in the past", but in adtech that doesn't necessarily mean anything. Listen to what your team is saying, and don't get defensive and let your ego stand in the way of progress.

I would rather have a higher 401k match or stronger health plan instead of a retreat.

April 8, 2019

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April 8, 2019

What is paid time off like at PulsePoint?

Pros

Extremely generous learning stipend - Everyone gets $2,000 every year to spend on learning & development. The values aren't just words on a wall - Everyone seems to believe in them. Game nights are a fun way for everyone to connect. The people who work here are really knowledgeable. My manager doesn't take themselves too seriously, which is a breath of fresh air. Lots of areas to grow and learn about, there's nothing holding you back.

Cons

PTO bank should be increased, we can do much better. Benefits package in general could be stronger- I would rather have a higher 401k match or stronger health plan instead of a retreat. Working from home shouldn't be seen as a negative thing if you can get the work done. It comes across as inauthentic when you refer to managers as "coaches"... We get what you're saying, but maybe don't be so cheesy about it... Being direct and authentic will take you much further with your team.

Advice to Management

Don't take it personally that the workforce is changing... It's easy to get hung up on "this is how it worked in the past", but in adtech that doesn't necessarily mean anything. Listen to what your team is saying, and don't get defensive and let your ego stand in the way of progress.

PTO bank should be increased, we can do much better.

April 8, 2019

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