perks are quite good, above average
Shares in the company and worst thing- inability to buy additional and discounted shares sin company at a discount
Overall, pretty solid benefits. 10% target annual bonus (often higher in actuality), yearly "merit promotions" (really more of an inflation adjustment, about 3% per year), 3-month unpaid sabbatical option after 5 years, work from home between client engagements, double pension plan matching (for UK employees) up to 3% of salary, 5 weeks paid vacation in UK, 3 weeks in US, negotiable options for additional unpaid leave as desired. Subsidy for biking to work available, gym discounts available, private health care provided (in both UK and US). Many options for assignments abroad, during which global expat health insurance plan is provided. 2 paid days a year for volunteer work, 1-2 weeks per year dedicated to internal training. Dental and life insurance options available. Some negotiability in terms of on-site schedule with clients. Formerly, per diems were provided, now replaced with actuals which require receipts.
We get quite good stock and bonus benefits but health insurance does not cover eye and dental
Company shares make a good benefit as they reflect our efforts as an entire team. Health plan should include dental and be better geared towards regional differences. Ability to tailor a plan would be ideal.
Shares (RSU) and yearly bonus.
Everything is about as to be expected for a software company. The 401(k) is garbage though, and the match is not ideal.
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