Working at SiteMinder has its perks.
At SiteMinder we have a fun, friendly, relaxed environment and our people love the work hard, play hard camaraderie they share with their teams. We offer some pretty cool perks too including; shadow equity plan, fruit & healthy snacks, your birthday on us, community outreach programme and heaps of cool social events.
Current and former employees report that SiteMinder provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘There are 10 paid sick days - very important as in London during the winter time you may need some days off due to sickness.’
Comprehensive benefits package including good amount of annual leave (plus birthday off!), contribution towards dental and optical care, holistic therapies, and virtual GP.
additional 5 days of leave - 3 year anniversary.
The overall package is positive - mainly focused on health benefits (dentist, oculist, private consultations, etc), very good since in London private consultations can get very expensive!
Worst:It wasn't made clear at the time,what type of benefits were available and they were never really brought up.
Mitel Networks Corp.
Quit my job and it felt so good, my Manager was an extraordinarily nasty person! Wondering if I should give HR the real feedback at the exit interview or just pretend everything is okay and move on. Thoughts? Manager has no empathy, has a clique within the team and openly plays favourite within the team. Example with flexible holiday her favourites can take 30 days a year but others like me are not allowed above 15 days. Will it make a difference telling HR for the sake of others in the future?
My mother passed recently and I thought I'd take advantage of our supposedly unlimited PTO to grieve. My boss let me have a week, but he's been spamming me every day since to return, even though I feel the lowest I've felt in my life. Should I just quit my job if I have some savings?
Senior Growth Marketing Manager
I have stepped into December with total apathy towards work. Just came back from vacation so I don’t feel like I need to rest. Just no desire at all to do anything and I can’t find the motivation. I am also in the process of looking for other job opportunities but nothing seems to excite me. Has anyone ever felt the same way? Maybe it’s just a period that will pass on its own? Any advice will be appreciated🙏
I work at growth-stage company and and am looking to substantially improve my salary in the Feb annual review. I told them $85k during interview, they got me down to $65k+equity+fully paid benefits+WFH+4% 401k match, and honestly, I was stuck in my career after exploring post-grad and a bit desperate to use my degree. Plus I had never negotiated before. The company is expecting a big round of funding in the new year; I have consistently excelled; they gave $10k retention for just 2months...
Im a recent college grad in my first job out of school. Im working a sales job making $50k base, but my territory is healthcare in the west (idaho, alaksa,etc) and most of the companies I reach out to are very small and struggling financially due to covid. As a result, it has been extremely difficult to get any sort of response/traction. It is starting to seem like no matter how many hours i put in, the need isnt there. Do i stick it out because its my first year, or am i setting myself to fail?
Overall is a very good package, we have access to some perks and also the possibility to have some medical consultations refunded, very handy since you can use with different specialits.
Good deals such as Gym, Theatre, Food all over the city. Good Health coverage.
Some good benefits (dentist, optician, chiropractic) - No annual bonus
Best thing it cover you additional items such as glasses, massagists.... Worst thing that in case you have to give a lot of explanations if you fall sick once.
no bonus package, no pension