Checkout.com Compensation FAQ

Read what Checkout.com employees think about their compensation at the company.

Checkout.com has a compensation and benefits rating of 4.4. If you want to know how much Checkout.com employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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7 English questions out of 7

28 April 2021

What is the salary like at Checkout.com?

Pros

The salary is good and higher ups are always pushing to use and look into new technologies and approaches. There is little "legacy" code, everything is kept up to date and the "old" code is still decent. Plenty of learning opportunities and exposure to new technologies - there's also a lot of encouragement from management to take on explicit learning and courses which is great. People seem very nice and employee happiness seems to be taken into account often - there's a good offering of perks beyond just the salary, and plenty of events/activities to get involved with. Checkout's handling of covid has also been great so far with no expectation to risk your health unnecessarily.

Cons

Payments and the finance industry can get slightly boring at times depending on what you're working on at the time, though it's more interesting that it otherwise would be because of the modern stack. Plus that's what they pay you for!

there's a good offering of perks beyond just the salary, and plenty of events/activities to get involved with.

28 April 2021

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12 July 2021

What are other benefits and incentives like at Checkout.com?

Pros

- Hyper-growth company with a great product - Multinational team and offices around the world - Driven and inspiring leadership team, especially founder - Thorough hiring process and competitive compensation

Cons

- Cutthroat environment, especially for new hires - Mid-level management at times so focused on growth it forgets about employee development - Still an office-first culture, although the pandemic reinforced remote work

Advice to Management

- Top-level management to encourage mid-level management to support, train and develop staff beyond technical/financial performance - Mid-level management to spend more time on employee development

Thorough hiring process and competitive compensation

12 July 2021

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3 December 2019

Does Checkout.com offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

- Interesting domain (payments) - Nice perks such as occasional free lunches, drinks, company trip, parties - “People” team seems better than usual HR at most companies. - Lots of ambitious projects with modern technology (e.g. .NET Core 3.0, DynamoDB). - Twice-yearly reviews

Cons

- Non-technical people in product roles is a frequent source of frustration - Some of the longer-serving developers aren’t great

Advice to Management

Re-evaluate the product/engineering split - as an engineer I would like people with a software engineering background in product roles so that it is easier to work with them.

yearly reviews

3 December 2019

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27 April 2021

Does Checkout.com offer stock options?

Pros

A fantastic team that supports one another and an amazing culture that believes in community, wellbeing and inclusion. Personal development is at the core of the businesses growth with lots of team members being promoted in the twice a year review process. There are many pros to Checkout.com... - Flexible working ⏰ - Ergonomic and IT allowances to support working from home 🪑🖥 - Extensive health insurance wherever you are 🏥 - An inclusive workplace to be who you want to be 🌈 - AMAZING EOY Parties and retreats 🎧 ✈️ (both virtual and in-person) - Macs 💻 (believe it or not a big bonus having the choice to your best workflow 💪) - Collaborative office spaces and tools + dog friendly 🦮 - Free fitness classes online 🏋️ - Rewards including bonuses and trips abroad to offices like Mauritius and Dubai + sky diving 😳🛩 - A can-do attitude, if you believe in something, you can make it happen at Checkout - An inspiring leadership team 🚀

Cons

- A fast-growing business will mean lots of new faces - As mentioned above, a big recruitment drive is going on, we need more people to join us on the journey - Bringing the business up to speed as growth continues to be rapid can be challenging.

Rewards including bonuses and trips abroad to offices like Mauritius and Dubai + sky diving 😳🛩

27 April 2021

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3 December 2019

How often do employees say they are paid at Checkout.com?

Pros

- Interesting domain (payments) - Nice perks such as occasional free lunches, drinks, company trip, parties - “People” team seems better than usual HR at most companies. - Lots of ambitious projects with modern technology (e.g. .NET Core 3.0, DynamoDB). - Twice-yearly reviews

Cons

- Non-technical people in product roles is a frequent source of frustration - Some of the longer-serving developers aren’t great

Advice to Management

Re-evaluate the product/engineering split - as an engineer I would like people with a software engineering background in product roles so that it is easier to work with them.

Interesting domain (payments)

3 December 2019

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