Has anyone ever asked if you are a contractor or a “real employee”? The question makes us scratch our heads.
Regardless of your assignment, you’re a real Denny Mountain Media employee. We offer all our employees the same great benefits and the same dedication to their success and satisfaction. Any employee who is regularly scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week is considered full-time and is offered the following benefits:
Paid time off
Employees earn 1 hour of PTO for every 25 hours worked (and it’s available as soon as it’s accrued).
We match up to 4% of your contributions. Free money!
Denny Mountain Media pays you for ten holidays and two Bonus PTO days per year. Be merry!
Of course you get a laptop and software—that’s a given. To make sure that you have the personal bits and pieces that make your work life pleasant (and to stay out of the Beats vs. Bose debate), we provide you with a $500 equipment allowance.
We pay up to 100% of your premium, depending on which plan you choose. And it’s a real insurance plan that doesn’t stop at catastrophic coverage.
Education Reimbursement Program
We give you a $400 allowance each year to subsidize your path to career enrichment, personal growth, and total task management enlightenment (if, like us, you’re into that sort of thing).
Disability insurance and Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Unexpected injury or illness shouldn’t totally derail your financial stability. Likewise, EAP is there to support you in your personal life.
Add to your bottom line by contributing to ours! Whether you refer a new employee and/or a new project, there’s no limit to how many referral bonuses you can earn—and you can “stack” them for a double-scoop cone of paycheck bliss. The only bummer—bonuses are subject to taxes.
Life and accidental death and
In the event of your…well, untimely demise or dismemberment while you’re a Denny Mountain Media employee. Enough said.
From working out schedule conflicts to occasionally cheering on garage bands, we take pride in supporting our employees in their work life and in their life’s work.