Coming from another start up, the benefits package are in a pretty good place - especially considering they're Series A. Options when you join, 25 + the 8 holidays, better than most sick pay and recently a parental leave policy. It's not gender blind (4 months maternity, 1 month paternity), but it's pretty competitive. In most cases you've also got the autonomy/trust to work remotely - but the office space is really nice. Lots of light, snacks and a decent coffee machine. There's definitely a way to go, but they've put some thought into what they have.
There isn't much of a benefits package at all - to be expected from such a young start up, but as the company grows it may be time to think about what staff need rather than 'what would be nice'
Not enough benefits in the world to make Trouva worth working for!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.