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Intuit Compensation Employee Reviews

What is the best part about your compensation package?

Multiple achievement bonuses throughout the year. Yearly overtime bonuses, stock and 401k matches

Posted 9 days ago

Good commission. Decent base salary.

Posted 11 days ago

Pay for performance package - and other great benefits

Posted 16 days ago

Flexibility of the work schedule.

Review from Sales Dept · Posted a month ago

Rsus and the bonuses are great

Stock rsu espp comp with lookback

The best part of the compensation was not one thing, there were benefits for mental health, 401k match, employee discounts, gift cards for stores of my choice, bonuses, and flexibility of my time, and tons of resources to assist.

Review from Customer Support Dept

High base pay and great benefits.

The 401K is vested in year one and even seasonal employees can enjoy this perk.

The promise of opportunity to growth. Highly encouraged to advance.

Restricted Stock Units are the best part. The cream on top.

Incredibly generous insurance, 5 words

It is competitive in Silicon Valley.

401K as seasonal employee, interested in becoming F/T year round

401k and i love that we have prefered atock as well.

Offers a flexible, awesome package

Health Benefits are better than most

all as perfect for my compensation package

Review from Design Dept

A lot of benefits to employees

Vision insurance is amazing. The best I've seen.

Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?

correction on the 401k response (can't go back) - to answer the question I got a message from my micromanager that their micromanager had an issue with one task multiplied by what I am paid in a high multitasking work environment

Posted 9 days ago

rsu's have been battered relative to my grant price

When i would reach out to tier 2 they would slack and tell me to figure it out

Review from Customer Support Dept

To be paid in line with what other experienced people in the industry are paid, considering their experience and education.

It's 50 percent belowe market for front line customer service. All you have to do is view their social media to see the ramifications.

Regular assessment of value added to discuss salary and carer progression is required.

Review from Product Dept

they actively try to underpay everyone and force out overpaid or adequately compensated people that have been there 4+ years.

Review from Design Dept

Its nothing compare to other companies.

Review from Customer Support Dept

Policies, recently instituted, clearly alienate older married employees. These policies are geared to pushout said employees, to make room for younger single employees and cheaper pay

Review from Customer Support Dept

Review Sentiment at Intuit


About Intuit's Compensation


Where This Score Ranks Intuit's Compensation


In the Top 5% of 1309 similar size companies on Comparably


In the Top 15% of 847 companies in San Francisco


4th place versus 4 competitors rated on Comparably

93 employees at Intuit score their wages and compensation an A+ on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 74% say Yes. The HR department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 100/100, a full 22 pts above the Engineering department. If you want detailed data about Intuit's wages, see the <a href="">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>

Rate Compensation the Highest

  • Department - HR
  • Ethnicity - Other
  • Department - Marketing

Rate Compensation the Lowest

  • Ethnicity - Asian or Pacific Islander
  • Tenure - Over 10 Years
  • Department - Engineering

How Intuit's Compensation Score is Calculated


Results from 93 Employees in All Departments, All Genders, All Ethnicities and All Yrs. Experience Experience

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