Benefits and perks at GitLab
Learn about the 8 benefits and perks GitLab offers its employees.
Health, vision, and dental insurance
Premium covered 100% for employee and 66% for family.
Employee assistance program (EAP)
GitLab offers an Employee Assistance Program to all team members via Modern Health.
Unlimited time off
Unlimited. "No ask, must tell" time off policy. 25 days per vacation (not a limit per year)
401(k) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
50% match on the first 6% of base salary with a yearly cap of $1,500 for company match. Company contributions vest evenly over 4 years.
In the unfortunate event that a GitLab team member passes away, GitLab will provide a $20,000 lump sum to anyone of their choosing. This can be a spouse, partner, family member, friend, or charity.
If you've been at GitLab for six months and completed a probationary period (if applicable), you can take up to 16 weeks of paid Parental Leave during the first year of parenthood, including if you become a parent through childbirth or adoption. The 16-week balance is per birth or adoption event.
GitLab Contribute is our annual GitLab team event where we get together to interact with one another and cultivate our community. Since our team is scattered all over the globe, we try to plan a different location each year. Contribute is an optional event, so team members should not feel pressured to attend.
Growth and development benefit
GitLab supports team members who wish to continue their education and growth within their professional career. GitLab team-members are eligible for a reimbursement of up to $10,000 USD per calendar year (January 1st - December 31st) depending on tenure, performance, company need for the learned skill, and available budget.