Culture, benefits, and professional growth
Our company’s commitment to our people is grounded in the belief that our policies should support physical and financial health—and they should evolve as those needs change. Rubicon’s comprehensive benefits package includes paid family leave, flexible work hours, and a 401(k) company match after the first 90 days on the job. In addition, we are part of the growing number of companies offering unlimited paid time off.
We have complemented these benefits over time with numerous team-building and educational events. In 2019, we began offering periodic financial wellness seminars on topics such as managing credit. The pandemic forced us to quickly change course. We launched RUBI, an intranet site where departments can share news and updates across the company. And we moved from in-person to virtual programming to maintain engagement with our teams. Now, events such as our Earth Day Challenge, in which we encourage employees to do something meaningful for the environment—such as planting a garden—have moved online.
Rubicon employees overwhelmingly approve of these efforts. In the Great Place to Work® survey on workplace culture, 87 percent of employees recognize Rubicon as a great place to work, compared to 59 percent at the average U.S.-based company surveyed. This year marks the fourth-consecutive year that Rubicon received this certification from Great Place to Work.41