Awesome benefits. Very employee oriented company. Enjoying working here
Great perks . but pay is far below market standard
LinkedIn offers you good benefits packages with free food, transport, perk up and Salary. However, a few managers make the place horrible to work. No clear expectation and objectives set and suddenly wake up one day and question about performance.
Great benefits. LinkedIn offers a wellness benefit called PerkUp which none, I'm aware of, offers.
private health Insurance, good number of holidays. nice working ambience, inhouse kitchen
Interns get to work from home and also entitled to paid leaves. The company also provides breakfast, lunch and evening snacks.
You name it, you had it. Health Cover (Personal + Parents) Stocks Cultural activities In-house kitchen serving 20+ course meal In-house Zumba + Yoga + Gym + All fitness activities Gym Reimbursement Telephone + Broadband bills And many more could be asked for.
Health insurance and perkup was really good!
The benefits package is one of the best in the industry.
Overall it is a great company to work for and there's barely anything worst that I can think of.
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