Lucid Named One of 2019 Best Small and Medium Workplaces by Great Place to Work™ and FORTUNE

Company Receives Honor for the Second Consecutive Year, Showcasing Commitment to Employees

Great Place to Work and FORTUNE named Lucid one of the Best Small and Medium Workplaces for the second year in a row. Lucid ranked No. 25 on this year’s best medium workplaces list, which is based on employee feedback and recognizes companies that lead in fostering a values-based, inclusive and innovative work environment.

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“We’re honored to be included on this list for the second year in a row,” said Kat Judd, vice president of people operations at Lucid. “We wouldn’t be where we are today without our amazing employees, and we’re committed to providing an environment that enhances our employees’ ability to grow and innovate together.”

Lucid continually strives to preserve its culture and values through high growth by offering myriad benefits and perks to employees that help improve their work and home lives. These benefits include a fully stocked kitchen and catered meals, a beautiful, open concept workspace with plenty of mountain views just steps away from public transportation (which is covered by the company), on-site yoga and meditation classes and an on-site gym.

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Some of the other perks Lucid offers include:

  • A robust benefits package:

    • Fully covered medical, dental and vision for Lucid employees
    • 401(k) matching program
    • HSA option
    • Life insurance
    • Fertility discounts
    • Financial adoption assistance
  • An option between a fully paid two-month sabbatical or a two-week sabbatical where employees receive an extra 10% of their salary for vacation expenses and a 2% cash bonus (both sabbatical choices can be accessed after five years of service)
  • Three-day company-wide retreat to allow employees to spend time together outside of the office and facilitate cross-departmental bonding
  • 20 weeks of leave for primary caregivers + 15 extra PTO days for new parents with the hope that the additional flexibility helps alleviate some of the stress of coming back to work
  • Local volunteer opportunities centered around education initiatives in the community

“We congratulate Lucid on their Certification,” said Sarah Lewis-Kulin, vice president of Best Workplace List Research at Great Place to Work. “Organizations that earn their employees’ trust create great workplace cultures that deliver outstanding business results.”

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