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The best thing about the benefits package is the flexible work arrangement. The option to work remotely and have flexible work hours really enhances my work-life balance and improves my job satisfaction. It allows me to have time my for personal hobbies while staying committed to my work.
Great perks, equity options and discounts
Birthday leave, flexible working and great social events.
Good Benefits, like parental leave, work flexibility.
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I am a Sr IT PM, Scrum Master, Financial Analyst, have a Masters in Project Management, and 10 years of experience working as a consultant to the government within the IT healthcare industry. I am so bored with this work. I’m in school for Astrobiology and considering also getting a Designing and Building AI Products and Services certification from MIT xPro because I believe AI is the future and one of the more exciting areas to work in. Considering this, where might I look for roles?
a month ago
I’m an ex-Google senior program manager…laid off twice this year. I just got an offer. I love everything about the job but the pay is 👎🏻. Benefits are comparable to Google’s. Should I suck it up and accept? If you’re in a similar situation I’d love to hear about your experience. Thanks fishes!
a month ago
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Hello! I have a tiny professional dilemma I was hoping to get some opinions. I got two offers on the table for a Business Intelligence Developer for both Dell and Whole Foods Market. Dell is offering 121k, BI position, 5 weeks-ish PTO, 6% 401K match and has a 25-30 min car commute. Whole Foods is offering 103k, Senior BI position, 3 weeks PTO, 4% 401K match and has a 20 min walking commute (or 5 min by car) . Both job hybrid schedule (3 days in, 2 remote). Which one would you take?
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Salary around median of market. Several non monetary incentives.
Discount gift cards, diversity and inclusion program, mentorship program
Parental Leave, Stocks , flexibility, work from home
Pretty good benefits, adding more regularly.
Best thing: The people. Really professional, respectful & calm work environment. An extremely talented group who seem to be very passionate about what they do and very caring. Aligns well with my values: an Australian company, trying to be a good corporate citizen with initiatives like allowing staff to undertake volunteer work/caring about sustainability & the environment. Staff are told to bring their true selves to work - and they actually walk that talk, in that you can freely initiate ideas, try new things, be yourself, take risks and not have to worry about failing or being judged. Flexibility and more control to allow you to direct your career and professional development. Quite inclusive. Good development opportunities and exposure. Cons: It's not as structured as other companies so people tend to extend themselves more and things can change quite rapidly - this may not suit everyone.
Statutory plus stock options for valued staff and parental leave for new parents