We love our employees. Seriously. “Every team member is a raving fan” is even one of our core values.
How do we deliver on that promise? Through a world-class culture and some top-notch benefits.
Remote Work, Vacation, & Time Off
Flexible remote work and generous time off is the name of the game around here. There’s no clock punching here. We have “core work hours” between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. MST, meaning you can figure out how your 40 hours work for you — whether you’re “in the office,” working from your grandma’s house in Ohio, or checking in from Belize. But there’s no obligation to check your email from the top of Mount Bierstadt or the way back to Denver after a long walkabout. We also offer a standard three weeks’ vacation, sick time, volunteer days, seven company holidays, and accrued holidays that kick in after your first year with us (because whoever said your birthday shouldn’t be a recognized holiday was wrong).
New parents get six weeks of time off to spend with their new addition within a 12-week timeframe (because, hey, you might want to get out of the house), as well as other parental, fertility, and adoption support benefits that make the financial impact of the newest member of your family a little easier. And, if fur babies are more your speed, we provide support for that, too.
We Make Money Moves!
We want our employees to share in our success. That starts with a competitive salary. On top of that, we’ve been committed to splitting up our profits for quarterly payouts since 2012. That’s a lot of quarters. And a lot of nice bonuses. Inflow knows it’s not just all about right now, though, which is why we make Simple IRA contributions for each employee, too.
Barbeques, picnics, rooftop happy hours — we do it up for our local team members and even fly in our remote colleagues. Because one size doesn’t fit all, each staff member receives Build Your Own Perks: an annual, tenure-based allowance (aka: bucket of cash) to spend on (mostly) anything! Bronco’s games, ski equipment, beach vacations, or paying down those dreaded student loans — as long it benefits you or your family, it’s yours to spend.