The company perks here are amazing. Here are some of the best parts: -culinary team which cooks all your food for free -ride share credits & commuter credit -discounted gym/fitness membership -fully covered health insurance -flexible PTO policy -work life balance
401k match would be nice
Pretty great, really thoughtful about which benefits and why.
Best: Untracked PTO, sabbatical, and professional coaching! Worst: No 401k match :[
Amazing benefits for a mid-sized startup. They could really move the needle if they addressed the following: - 401k matching - equity vesting while on parental leave - charitable gift matching - tuition assistance
The Flexible PTO (with a culture that encourages taking time off) is amazing. I feel like I can focus on my work and take vacation when necessary without having to count vacation days etc.
Commuter benefits were pretty bare minimum and the few ones they had were ridiculous (a shuttle from a BART station that is less than 10 minutes away?). Health, dental, and vision all great, at least.
Asana treats their employees incredibly well.
Asana has literally *everything* except for 401k matching. Benefits include: three high quality and healthy meals a day, multiple yoga classes a day, gym membership, executive coaching, unlimited/untracked vacation, sabbaticals after 3 years, flexibility in choosing your own hours, $50 in rideshare credits a month, $70 for public transportation a month, plenty of company happy hours, pet friendly office, and all insurance premiums are covered.
For my lifestyle, I don't think there is a single gap in my benefits package at Asana. And not only are the gaps covered, but they are covered well. In addition, Asana's culture promotes my personal health and wellness, and responds appropriately when I have questions or problems in these areas of my life.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.