- Current Employee★★★★★
GoodJan 5, 2023 - Computer Systems AnalystRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great job to work at
Completely remote is you like that
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Great companyMar 19, 2023 - Internship in Minneapolis, MNRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- good people - great perks and environment - cool company with even better solutions
- I was an intern at the time
- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Great people to work with but lacking to make the company irresistableDec 9, 2022 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Team I am on really cares about growth. They want you to move and grow on the team or to other teams if that is your goal. I can only imagine that the rest of the company is like this. I have members that have been working here for 9+ years and not just one or two but a good chunk, the others that have been on this team have move to other team in the company.
Jamf has some really great packages like volunteer time off. What I wish is that they would include unlimited time off with requirements that they use their normal 23 days of PTO as what is needed for an employee but allow more. Then people take the days they need without worry if they need a few more. The next thing is the healthcare is expensive, for me and my wife its nearly 300 a month. Before layoffs, my wife had extremely good healthcare for 20 a month. If they were to have these two things, I would have no issue staying here my entire career like a lot of people at jamf.Continue reading
Thanks for leaving a review and for your suggestions! Since Jamf became a “choice-based” office model and being in an office is no longer an expectation, we did announce a return to our regular PTO policy offering flexibility and paid time off for illness. At the start of this calendar year, Jamf did increase its base PTO for U.S. employees by 5 extra days and our culture continues to be flexible with employees to adjust work time as needed to account for illness and other work-life factors. We have also been able to maintain the out-of-pocket costs for employee health care plans and avoid raising monthly premiums. We continue to be a people focused company and regularly review our benefits package to include the benefits and rewards employees value most. We will take note of these suggestions as we continue this review in 2023!