It’s a people thing.

At Beta Bionics, people are at the heart of everything we do. Many of our colleagues either live with diabetes or care for someone who does. So being part of this amazing community helps us focus on the people we’re here to help. What’s more, it helps us bond together as one committed team of people, with one common goal.

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We’re here to provide simple, technological solutions that flex around peoples’ needs. So we apply that flexible thinking around the way we work too. This naturally varies from department to department and is worked around the needs of the individual and the needs of the business. To do this, we offer our people a range of flexible options:

  • 100% company paid medical, dental monthly premiums, life and disability coverages
  • All 401k matching funds are “safe harbor” with no vesting
  • Don’t participate in a 401k? We’ll still provide 1% to your account
  • We offer a benefits platform to support you and your families at all stages of life

Enjoying a good work/life balance.

Putting people first is a key value for us. We recognize the importance of achieving a healthy work/life balance for everyone on our team. In truth, this is not just about being fair and decent with our people. It actually makes good business sense too. In fact, all the stats show that where the work / life balance of employees is good, the end product is all the better for it. And our people really do value that.

Having this open, more flexible attitude to how we work builds trust, belief and commitment – and surprise, surprise…increases productivity.

A key value for us is putting our people first by helping, guiding and supporting them through their professional and personal lives – and beyond to the various stages of life too.

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