iTalent Digital Compensation FAQ

Read what iTalent Digital employees think about their compensation at the company.

iTalent Digital has a compensation and benefits rating of 4.1. If you want to know how much iTalent Digital employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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23 September 2019

What is the salary like at iTalent Digital?

Pros

Great people, good pay and benefits, + they have awesome opportunities at big clients.

Cons

It can be fast paced but that is normal for the silicon valley.

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work! I know it is hard to be growing so fast and also take the time to take care of your employees- you always find time to do that and that is amazing!

Great people, good pay and benefits, + they have awesome opportunities at big clients.

23 September 2019

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21 November 2020

Does iTalent Digital offer bonus pay?

Pros

iTalent colleagues I interacted with were kind and a pleasure to work with. Management on the client-side was amazing and the work balance promoted by the client was good. The interview process was straightforward and quick. 401k includes Roth options and a good matching tier. Perks may be given at the client engagement i.e. shiny building in a prime location with amenities, free food, etc. Engagement allows for direct networking within a large, well-established company.

Cons

Pay was quite low, especially for the competitive market, and did not provide much flexibility in negotiation or consider any advanced skills. NO PTO/NO PAID VACATION - There are only 8 allotted holidays, any time off outside of these days is NOT paid and will be deducted from the base salary. No uniform sick pay/leave - if your state does not mandate it, it is not available. No bonus, stocks, profit shares are offered No stipend for parking (this is before tax allocation out of your own paycheck) and the monthly parking at the engagement starting at $X/mo was not revealed until after the hire date. This reduces the "perks" value via the client engagement and any additional perks from iTalent are limited in comparison. Full disclosure of these expenses directly related to the engagement prior to the offer would have been preferred and appreciated. Office equipment initially assigned only included a laptop and an additional $200 allocation granted later, and a full desk set up including mouse, keyboard, and monitors were not automatically assigned and is further limited by budget. Acquired experience from the engagement is a lower level of sophistication and tech skills; advancing in technical and professional skills is curtailed.

Advice to Management

The company culture lauds inclusivity and diversity, which was frequently mentioned in the interview process as a selling point. The benefits package; however, doesn't quite align when PTO and paid sick leave are further reviewed. When a company does not offer uniform paid sick leave policies, only in the states that mandate it, and there is no paid vacation, this creates an issue with regard to financial inequality. Unfortunately, gender plays a role in PTO requests because child care and elder care often disproportionately fall upon women. And paid sick leave should be uniformly offered as a commitment that the company cares for all employees, regardless of location. At the very least, PTO and paid sick leave can be improved, especially considering the pay and benefits are not considered robust for advanced talent in competitive markets.

No bonus, stocks, profit shares are offered

21 November 2020

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