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Sharing in our success
We offer Wise stock in the form of Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) to everyone who works for us, as we’re building Wise together and want you to share in the success of our company on a mission. We’ve been profitable for 4 years now and we don’t plan on slowing down.
Stock is a long-term incentive for people who want to join us and make a positive, important change in the world. You can find out more about how it works here (note that we no longer issue stock options): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58lrU9NUfgo&t=1s.
It’s really important to us that we grow our company responsibly and sustainably for our people and for our customers
It's a marathon, not a sprint
We know working at Wise is challenging and all our people go above and beyond for our customers.
Because of this, after 4 years at Wise, you’ll have the option to take a paid sabbatical: 6 weeks paid time off and £1,000 financial support in addition to your annual leave.
This is to reward the time and effort that you’ve put into Wise and give you stretch of time to fully switch off and reflect back on your journey.
Flexibility and trust
We positively encourage flexible working. Whether it’s time off for children, working from home, school plays, volunteering or just life admin – we know flexibility is essential. We offer a hybrid working approach, as well as the opportunity to work from (almost) anywhere in the world for up to 90 days a year!
Here success is measured by the impact you have, not the amount of time you spend in the office. So chat to your team lead and work out what works best for you whether that’s different hours or working from home. Here, you’re trusted to do the right thing.
A home away from home
We create office environments that mean people enjoy coming in and where everyone can do their best work. All our offices are pet-friendly and true to our Estonian roots, almost all our offices have a sauna!
There’s free daily breakfasts and weekly team lunches. If you have a specific interest or hobby in mind, you can gather a group of interested co-workers and we’ll subsidise the activity. You name it, we’ll support it.
Which benefits does Wise provide?
Current and former employees report that Wise provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Work From Home(22 comments)
‘Flexible (but depends on team)’
- Flexible Working(9 comments)
‘Very autonomous, no hard requirements as long as job gets done’
- Sick Pay(3 comments)
‘They pay above the legally required amount’
Sauna is a great perk
Pretty standard benefits, including PMI, but no life insurance.
Time off, health package, insurance, and stocks are all great perks.
Best - Friday lunch, traveling
What people are saying about Wise
a month ago
When do you know it’s time to change firms? I’ve got an opportunity to switch where I would be working on more types of clients that I’m interested in. Still waiting on the offer but salary wise it should be about $90k vs my current $83k. Benefits similar. I really like the people I work with now and most of my clients, but want to focus on different industries than I can where I am. For what it’s worth my impressions of the new firm have been great so far.
Salaries in STEM
2 months ago
Software Engineering Intern
Made a post a week ago, but wanted to ask opinions on another question. Entry Level SWE, Bachelors in CS entering a rotational program at a large company. Is there room for negotiation salary wise? Or is the same salary being offered to all of my peers with no exception? The offer included Base + Sign on + Relocation and a good benefits package.
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Some great ones, like the Mobile Wiser scheme which allows working anywhere in the world for 3 months. But I think it falls back on the basics, no dentist, no gym memberships, 25 days holiday and 5% pension. I think the benefits are very tailored to being young without lots of priorities. They are also getting much stricter on working from home which is really disappointing.
Work from home and abroad.
AXA private health care (no dental), Friday lunch, breakfast twice a week, no gym support
Paid sabbatical after 4 years
Good perks, lots of work travel, health care, contribution to pension, and good stock options.
4 months paternity leave, 28 days PT, Remote Working