Benefits & Perks

PTO Flex

PTO Flex

Taking time away from the office to creatively recharge and refresh is a top priority. SweetLabs believes that employees should take the time off that they need, when they need it.

Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness

Need a standing desk? No problem! Healthy snack options? You got it! We take health and wellness seriously here at SweetLabs and we’ll help you stay on track.

Take a Break

Take a Break

Get away from your desk and take a break on us! SweetLabs provides “Break Cards” to encourage employees to get up and get moving throughout their day.

Holidays & Extra Time Off

Holidays & Extra Time Off

On top of our PTO Flex Policy, and the additional yearly 11 paid holidays, SweetLabs gives one full week off in December for winter break.

Friday Lunch & Full Kitchen

Friday Lunch & Full Kitchen

You’ll never go hungry at SweetLabs! We provide our employees with a fully stocked kitchen as well as catered lunches every Friday for the entire office.

Stock Options

Stock Options

If you help build our company, you deserve some ownership. Stock options (aka lottery tickets) are available to every new hire.

Free Parking & Transportation

Free Parking & Transportation

Enjoy a less stressful commute on us! SweetLabs pays for public transportation and fees for downtown parking, so however you get to work, you’re covered.

Movie Tickets

Movie Tickets

Enjoy a movie on us! SweetLabs offers free monthly movie passes for you and one guest to use at a theater of your choice.

Events

Events

Join in on our many fun team and family outings. From go-kart racing to indoor skydiving, we know working hard means playing hard.

Job Openings

Best Place To Work

Best Places to Work

San Diego Business Journal

Top 20 West Coast Startups

Top 20 West Coast Startups

The Next Web

“SweetLabs is plainly one of the gutsiest companies in the market today”
The Next Web
“Improves end user
experience… while generating revenue”
TechCrunch
“Solves one of the major pain points for computer manufacturers and users”
GeekWire