Current and former employees report that Meta provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Pretty solid with flexibility for several months more than the statutory’
‘General WFH is good but some benefits for longer remote options could be better’
‘Very flexible working hours .’
Best thing: healthcare support, mental health support, bonuses to set up environment during WFH, all meals provided at the office (when open) Worst thing: no food budget during WFH, we had to cover it from the paycheck
5 word minimum great company
It's pretty hard to do better compensation wise. Once you've been around for a couple of years, with reasonable performance your total compensation grows a lot. You also get spending accounts to pay for your commute and wellness/student loan etc. which is taxable. Also, free food. Breakfast and lunch only at the moment due to covid. Plus a bunch of free snacks. There is no free alcohol at the moment either due to covid.
UK salaries are still not in line with other big tech companies But in general to the UK (that has really poor salaries overall) its really decent
Took a paycut going into Meta - $305k TC to $270k. Also had an AP offer for $370k. Decided to go with Meta as I wanted to scratch the industry/FAANG itch. Ive really struggled because the role hasn’t panned out as expected, and the only benefit has been WLB. Should i go back out into market? Only been 6 months at the new role
Anyone move to a role (in industry) that was not aligned to expectations? If so, what did you do (talk to mgr, HR, look for new roles/company)? It’s impacting my mental health to the point I don’t think I can stay a year. I likely can also get a 50k+ pay bump for my YOE at other firms (industry or consulting) For context I went from T2 strat consulting (9 yrs) to BizOps role at Meta. Appreciate your help!
Googlers & Xooglers
Curious to know if anyone who’s moved from EM/PL/AP MBB role is happy? Moved to an S&O role at Meta and I’m struggling to see much benefit other than better WLB/less pressure. S&O in tech feels second-class citizen (lower influence), work isn’t as meaningful, slower and less clear career growth, slower comp trajectory. Feels like the only worthwhile move is to Product but curious to hear if G is better.
Hi everyone, Im currently working in operations at FB and am curious to understand how internal pivots work to product or S&O? I have previous consulting experience where I did both. Is this possible? Is it an option to get an MBA to land this? Thanks in advance! Facebook
Consulting Exit Opportunities
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Been unemployed for almost a year despite aggressively looking for a job (based in APAC region). Just because I worked at Facebook, ppl think I have it easy and shouldn’t worry but with all the visa restrictions before and everything, it’s so hard to find a job. I’m srsly battling anxiety everyday in this job search process. Is there even light at the end of the tunnel? Seems like a long tunnel right now
Great health benefits for the entire family. Even wellness is covered.
Great health benefits for the entire family
Wellness, transportation, medical and dental insurance
Extended paternity leave and comprehensive health insurance
I am happy with the benefits
Great personal benefits with a work/life balance that can be compromised at times.