It takes a month to kick in but benefits are ok and unlimited vacation
Not only do they not offer short or long-term disability benefits, but they explicitly state they can fire you after 10 days of becoming disabled - a true representation of leadership's lack of morals. In addition, they offer a 401k, but often "forget" to enroll employees correctly so they miss out on the company match. No maternity/paternity leave or support of any kind. No life or accident insurance. They basically provide a health insurance options, which are sub-par compared to the other companies and the industry at large.
mediocre at best. could use improvement
Health care is expensive for mediocre coverage.
The company doesn't understand how the plans work. There was an issue where peoples account were not set up correctly and a lot of employees ending up having to pay thousands of dollars out of pocket for an inept HR department not realizing there was an issue with how they set up the account.
Employer matching on 401(k) plans, but only becomes 100% vested if you work there 3+ years. Otherwise, no matching. Free alcohol on Fridays, but you'll be paying for it with many, many hours of unpaid overtime. Insurance packages with Aetna; ok but expensive. Partnership with a local parking garage for discounted monthly pass rates, but no partnership or program with any public transit. You may or may not get the time between Christmas and New Year's off. They have done it in the past but recently sold to an investment company that doesn't agree. No rollover on PTO or sick days, and you will be berated for using any.
You get to sign up for 401k after 6 months!
160over90 offers good health care benefits if you are single and young, but they get quite pricey for family.They also offer very good dental insurance, very cheap. The department responsible for distributing health care benefits was not able to help me choose the right plan and didnt know much about the options available to me. This is the same for the 401k packages. As for vacation, they offer standard vacation of 2 weeks vacation and 1 week personal time off, but they are sometimes resistant to approve vacation requests in heavier work times and you end up working for a portion of your time off, answering emails etc., without compensation. They are great if you work a LOT for a successful project, and will sometimes (but seldom, you have to ask for them) offer comp days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.