- United States
- United Kingdom
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
- Pension Scheme
- Kaluza Share Scheme
- Discretionary Bonus Scheme
- Private Medical Insurance + Virtual GP
- Life Assurance
- Access to Furthr - a Climate Action app
- Free Mortgage Advice and Eye Tests
- Perks at Work - access to thousands of retail discounts
- 5% Flex Fund to spend on the benefits you want most
- 26 days holiday
- Flexible bank holidays, giving you an additional 8 days which you can choose to take whenever you like
- Progressive leave policies with no qualifying service periods, including 26 weeks full pay if you have a new addition to your family
- Dedicated personal learning and home office budgets
- Flexible working — we trust you to work in a way that suits your lifestyle
- And more…
Which benefits does Kaluza provide?
Current and former employees report that Kaluza provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Sick Pay(4 comments)
‘3 months full pay for sickness’
- Work From Home(3 comments)
‘All the time you want’
Exceptional benefits for a ~400 person company
A Fairly standard benefits package
Medical insurance, work from home
True flexible working, home office fund, L&D fund and amazing offices when you want to go in. Parental leave benefits and support for parents, including an extra 10 days dependent leave.
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I’m an ex-Google senior program manager…laid off twice this year. I just got an offer. I love everything about the job but the pay is 👎🏻. Benefits are comparable to Google’s. Should I suck it up and accept? If you’re in a similar situation I’d love to hear about your experience. Thanks fishes!
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Private health insurance, learning & development budget, buy & sell holidays, full flexibility on WFH
Great flexible benefits, which allign with the company’s green goals
Amazing benefits all round, parental leave and support is fabulous and generally the flexibility of where and how you work
Super flexible. We get PMI, life assurance, Furthr access, eye tests and a flex allowance as standard. and then you can pick other benefits in the Ben portal as you wish. We also have a super progressive suite of policies - such as fully flexible bank holidays (you can swap them to another day, no questions asked), 26 weeks fully paid family leave, 3 month's sickness pay, flexible working, and more. And finally - we just launched our Kaluza Share Scheme
Work-life balance is the best thing. The worst one is the learning budget, about £300 a year.
Base pay reasonable for the tech sector. Extra 5% that you can spend on things of your choosing or bank as cash. They are putting a lot of effort into ensuring the benefits are equal and inclusive for everyone , like adding bank holiday days to your annual holiday allowance so you are free to take the time when it suits you.