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‘I use this and the company seems to have taken active steps to balance Work from Home with predictability for your team and collaboration in office.’
‘Some people seem to get disconnected time, others seem to work. It really seems to be about how actively you plan for your vacation and set expectations.’
Cool gadgets. Work from home. Good medical and health coverage. Career development opportunities and personal development opportunities. Employee stock options.
A ton of investment in training, feedback and professional development. I get flexibility when I need it. Generous Maternity and Parental top-up policy. They offer a Stock Option Plan as a services firm, which is rare in my experience.
Awesome days, where you can take time off to learn something new. Health insurance covers wide array of things.
The benefits are pretty standard at Myplanet. Flex timings and work from home options are really good as they allow the employees to be more productive in the time that suits them.
Health plan was reasonable. Vacation time was adequate for the sector (3 weeks), but sort of immaterial as it was difficult/impossible to ever take vacation time due to the workload. There were no other benefits.
Most things were covered under the medical and dental plans. Covered for massage therapy without a doctor's note was also great.
you will get awesome time to work on whatever you want aside from your vacation
Good benefits, lots of perks. They add up...
Best thing is the flexibility. Worst thing is lack of healthy snacks readily available.
Best: Awesome time, including things like mindfulness, meditation, yoga, emotional intelligence Worst: That some of the perks are on hold right now (training budget, meditation and yoga classes etc)
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