best thing is relocation packages worst is upper management and bonuses
The health insurance offering were becoming more expensive and complex.
work-life balance seems to be a bit better than in other companies.
As the company has gotten smaller the amount of coverage by the benefits package has lessened. No longer are there numerous health plans to chose from, only a few. No employee stock program, no education reimbursement, no more sabbaticals. Slowly but surely as the position of the company has lessened so have the benefits, as you would expect. Hopefully someday they will pull this company around and then reinstate all the previously enjoyed benefit programs, but I'm not holding my breath!
health insurance, dental, vision all good. 401K only matches up to 6% of salary at 75%.
AMD provides a lot of very good benefits. They start employees out with 3 weeks vacation, which increases to 4 years after 5 years of service. They have 401k matching, great health insurance (some of the best out there) and sick leave does not deduct from vacation.
Insurance and time-off is good/industry standard. Bonuses are peanuts most of the time, that's because the company has to make a profit to be able to give good bonuses.
401K and heath plans are good
good vacation, 401k match, and subsidized gym membership
Standard company perks, nothing really outstanding. I like the on-site gym at the main campus. Subsidized meals onsite. Healthcare benefits also standard.