Showpass Compensation FAQ

Read what Showpass employees think about their compensation at the company.

Showpass has a compensation and benefits rating of 4.2. If you want to know how much Showpass employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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5 English questions out of 5

July 7, 2020

What is the salary like at Showpass?

Pros

- The people and management are honestly great! Smart, fun, and driven - The work is challenging and interesting; goals for the future are motivating and exciting; I feel highly valued and trusted - Lots of opportunities to take on new projects and for advancement - Great compensation and benefits (stock options, regular salary reviews, lunches, events, gorgeous office, unlimited lots of vacation time) - Awesome culture; not just because of the benefits, but because I feel my team is all brilliant.

Cons

Open Office is not my favorite

Advice to Management

Continue transparency as the company grows

Great compensation and benefits (stock options, regular salary reviews, lunches, events, gorgeous office, unlimited lots of vacation time)

July 7, 2020

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August 29, 2019

Does Showpass offer a monthly bonus?

Pros

Dog Friendly Office. Daily Chef Prepared Meals. Fully Stocked Snack Bar. Outings. Bi-monthly Hackathons. Everyone at Showpass is incredibly smart, fun and hard-working and made me feel welcome as a student intern. The company culture fosters innovation and encourages new ideas.

Cons

The company is rapidly growing so there may be tight deadlines.

monthly Hackathons.

August 29, 2019

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December 3, 2019

What are other benefits and incentives like at Showpass?

Pros

This is a very fast-paced environment and demands are constantly changing. It is rapidly growing and there are a multitude of amazing opportunities to actually make a difference (which you can typically see rolled out very quickly). You can get your hands involved in many different areas and opinions/ideas are openly invited. This is really noticeable during the Hackthons that are done every 2 months. Spending 3 days to work on process improvements or focusing on new ideas outside of your typical day-to-day responsibilities. The compensation plan is decent and everyone is offered options, linking your success with the overall success of the company. A solid breakfast is offered by the in-house chef most mornings along with lunches on Thursday, and a stocked snack table for when you need a little extra boost. A sales wheel is spun to reward the office when new clients are signed up (from coffee runs to pizza parties to group dinners). The dog friendly environment also adds an extra energy as pooches hang out and typically follow you to the kitchen. There is also a generous transportation and cell phone allowance, free parking and an unlimited vacation policy.

Cons

There isn't a formal performance appraisal structure, however this is being developed for rollout early next. The company does however have overall and department specific OKR's which help guide everyone. There currently is no Health Spending Account although we are reviewing the benefits plan to make it more robust (in place of this is a $100/month fitness allowance).

The compensation plan is decent and everyone is offered options, linking your success with the overall success of the company.

December 3, 2019

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July 7, 2020

Does Showpass offer stock options or a stock purchase plan?

Pros

- The people and management are honestly great! Smart, fun, and driven - The work is challenging and interesting; goals for the future are motivating and exciting; I feel highly valued and trusted - Lots of opportunities to take on new projects and for advancement - Great compensation and benefits (stock options, regular salary reviews, lunches, events, gorgeous office, unlimited lots of vacation time) - Awesome culture; not just because of the benefits, but because I feel my team is all brilliant.

Cons

Open Office is not my favorite

Advice to Management

Continue transparency as the company grows

Great compensation and benefits (stock options, regular salary reviews, lunches, events, gorgeous office, unlimited lots of vacation time)

July 7, 2020

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December 3, 2019

What are pay increases like at Showpass?

Pros

This is a very fast-paced environment and demands are constantly changing. It is rapidly growing and there are a multitude of amazing opportunities to actually make a difference (which you can typically see rolled out very quickly). You can get your hands involved in many different areas and opinions/ideas are openly invited. This is really noticeable during the Hackthons that are done every 2 months. Spending 3 days to work on process improvements or focusing on new ideas outside of your typical day-to-day responsibilities. The compensation plan is decent and everyone is offered options, linking your success with the overall success of the company. A solid breakfast is offered by the in-house chef most mornings along with lunches on Thursday, and a stocked snack table for when you need a little extra boost. A sales wheel is spun to reward the office when new clients are signed up (from coffee runs to pizza parties to group dinners). The dog friendly environment also adds an extra energy as pooches hang out and typically follow you to the kitchen. There is also a generous transportation and cell phone allowance, free parking and an unlimited vacation policy.

Cons

There isn't a formal performance appraisal structure, however this is being developed for rollout early next. The company does however have overall and department specific OKR's which help guide everyone. There currently is no Health Spending Account although we are reviewing the benefits plan to make it more robust (in place of this is a $100/month fitness allowance).

There isn't a formal performance appraisal structure, however this is being developed for rollout early next.

December 3, 2019

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