We care about the people we work with. That’s why we offer benefits designed to help you and your family stay healthy. This includes self-directed budgets to support learning and growth, and catered meals and housecleaning to save you time.
Best: The food, the healthcare benefits and the insurances, flex spending lifestyle account, felt vacation time, working from home policy Worst: No RRSP matching
As an intern, I did not receive the benefits that full-time did. However, they did help subsidize housing.
Great compensation, travel policies, health benefits and RRSP contribution.
The benefits package is full and very flexible. While it hasn't been my personal experience, I have heard that it is not as beneficial for parents as it once was.
flexible perks package is great
Benefits are offered at no additional cost to the employee, even when switching from single to family coverage. Super simple and easy to submit claims and get support. Vision is not covered, though, which is strange considering we're all staring at computers all day
It hypes itself up really well, but the health benefits are a below average the pay is below industry minimums.
Shopify provides a progressive benefits package that allows employees to self-direct where their funds are spent, everything from lifestyle products to enhancing your dental package.
Around $5,000 as benefit and stock option. Lots of people are taking vacation. It’s hard to get promotion, so it’s better to negotiate before you join.
Interns receive nice perks and the cushier type of benefits, but not necessarily many of the basic benefits that typically go along with a full-time job. I understand that full-time employees receive many more benefits than I did. Interns do receive 1 day of paid vacation per month (these are money-able at the conclusion of the internship).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.