Great benefits.. 26 days holidays
Pension, healthcare, bonuses and RSUs, though these were not available to all and won't be around for much longer. Most RH offices have snack programs too- can be good, but not so good for the waistline! Salaries are not great vs the market, and lots of the staff that have been there for a while are paid less than the newer starters
Private health insurance, 25 days off per year, no dental insurance, gym or other benefits.
Private health, dental, generous pension
In general package is average, but Red Hat is not an average company,
Very good fresh food and snack policy. Private medical insurance very good
Nothing special - possibly lags a little behind top tech firms. Work-life balance is one of the key benefits, and is taken very seriously.
Bonus every quart, private health care and depending of your role you may be allowed to expenses petrol, taxi, train, food and accommodation. Specially with you need to travel for training or service work at the customer site.
Great options to buy stock at a discount. Good healthcare coverage. Drawback is most benefits are more effective for people in the US, especially tax wise.
Benefits are getting better as the company matures and sees itself as a large US Multinational. It has recently introduced ESSP and paternal leave. Still a few more things it could add but it's getting there. The best thing is the total flexibility about where you work, home, the office, the beach. As long as you're getting your work done - no one cares.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.