Current and former employees report that Wise provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Great flexibility in working from home, relieves the pressure of needing to be somewhere’
‘Many departments have flexible guidelines for making schedule ’
‘They cover the first 3 days of sick leave which are usually not covered under the national healthcare compensation scheme ’
Stock, offices, lunches, dogs etc
Able to travel and work from abroad, team budget, friday lunches and drinks, volunteer days, additional health days on top of annual leave, flexible working, high levels of trust and autonomy.
Health days x 3 per year
Good options for early employees
If you make 70k and your wife/husband makes 90k (pre tax), and you split all the bills/expenses evenly, but when it comes to rent/mortgage you want to split it based upon income %, would you do it or do you still keep everything 50/50? If split 50/50 then after all the expenses both people have, the one making 70k only has a few hundred dollars a month for spending money. If split % wise, then both partners have decent amount of spending money. Would like to hear everyone’s opinions, thanks!
Women in Law
Does anyone else feel like law school and having a career have doomed you relationship wise? I’m in my late 20s and spent my mid 20s moving to different cities for my career. Now that I feel more settled in my career and life I feel like I turned around and realized I was the only single one left. And the dating options are horrid. I was never someone that worried about whether I’d find the right person, I figure it would fall into place, but I’m not so sure anymore.
Women In Consulting
Does anyone feel very behind in life career wise and that they’re not actually an adult? Whitney Herd, CEO of bumble is 31. I’m the same age. She just made history as the youngest CEO female to take a company public. How does one become so successful and entrepreneurial at that age? I feel so lost in my career and unhappy, and that I don’t know what I’m doing. Does anyone feel this way?
New York City
I'm leaving NYC in about 6 months it feels between politics and COVID it's gotten pretty toxic the culture is very anti police and it feels everything that I loved about nyc is gone. I think job wise things are going to be remote for a while. I'm buying a massive 6 bedroom house down south and going to live my life.
Women in Advertising
Help! I’m hiring, and it’s down to 2 candidates. One is not as qualified, would require a lot of training, a great fit culturally and brings diversity to the agency. The other is more qualified, still a great fit culturally and wouldn’t require as much training, they were more prepared and I could put them in front of the client tomorrow, but they are non-BIPOC. Both are in the same range salary wise, and my team is SUPER small. Both are great fits, and I am torn. Advice? Please?
Women In Consulting
Moms, how did you decide when and that you wanted to have a child. I’m 27 and not sure if I want to have a child but also don’t want to wait till later and then run into problems getting pregnant. 😞 I’m admittedly pretty self centered and don’t know if I can be selfless towards my child. Also career wise, is it better to have a child early and then be able to focus when you’re ar higher positions? Financially, how much money should we have saved before we have a child? We have about 100k.
Anyone ever experience a firm significantly misrepresenting a position they hired you for? I recently took a position with a firm to practice a specific type of litigation. Turns out the firm only has about 5 cases in that field and they are all already staffed up. Now I’m stuck at a firm I barely like doing work that’s completely irrelevant to my experience and career goals, and I feel like leaving within a year is a bad look resume wise
Great Benefits and very healthy work life balance
Good stock options for early joiners, pointless/minimal for new staff
Good salary and stock options, very transparent bands. Paid sabbatical is very motivating (60days). Pension contribution is bare minimum (5%) No critical illness or death in service.
A solid benefits package provided.
So much flexibility and good benefits
Great benefits when there’s no covid