Many different benefits are included in their offering.
The benefits are surprisingly terrible for a company that 'care about their people'. No paternity leave and the CEO even made fun of one particular man for taking too much time off for the birth of a new child (he took 3 weeks). Health benefits suck and are expensive
Did not receive any benefits as an intern but got free lunch on Thursdays. Hour are flexible and I was able to work from home.
Pros: half day Fridays in the summer, several weeks vacation Cons: health insurance options, paternity leave
Pretty much in line with most companies, there is nothing special about the benefits.
Our benefits have changed significantly since being acquired. Although they are decent, they don't compare to whats standard in the advertising industry. They do offer perks like free breakfast on fridays, company happy hours and a stocked kitchen.
Health insurance is AWFUL. Really one of the lowest I've seen in the industry.
Great benefits all around
Lots of options for every budget. They make sure everyone has what they need, and in some cases do your paperwork for you.
The best (slash, most ridiculous) about their benefits package is that they had NO HR DEPARTMENT. They outsourced any employee benefits and it was really difficult to deal with an external situation aside from your own regular life; especially when you were working 60 hours/week for their bottom line -- which includes weekends. Outsourced medical docs don't deal with weekends. Can't even begin to describe how clueless these men are when it comes to understanding the well-beings of their employees, and the recipe -- respect -- it requires to receive dedication from your employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.