The medical and dental insurance are entirely comprehensive and offer a medical history disregard.
Benefits at Jump are below the average when compared to other trading firms, and way below when compared to top tech firms. In general, benefits at Jump are just OK, but you'll find much better benefits in almost every other company. - Health insurance is ok, but you still have to pay when visiting a doctor. - Life insurance pretty average - Paid holidays, again pretty average with 25 days. - Pension plan is bad, they will match your contribution (up to 5%), but if you don't contribute part of your salary to your plan, they won't either. - Dental insurance is good - Free lunches are good - There are no trainings at all, which is terrible. If you want to keep up to date, you'll have to do that in your free time and pay it with your own money. - Forget about working from home, Jump is still in 1990. - Flexible hours? again, forget about this, they are in 1990 You can join Jump for multiple good reasons, but Perks will never be one of them. If you see good reviews on this, those are coming from people who joined Jump as graduates and have never experienced anything else.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.