Time off limited, program details not clear, process for day off requests caught in bureaucracy
Health insurance was costly and underfunded. Limited benefits that could be used.
Benefits aren't the greatest.
Expensive insurance, no 401K matching
Good PTO plan for employees. All major holidays paid for and you also get + 2 paid personal days per year. As with many company provided plans - most affordable options were heavily weighted with pre-pays.
6 days of PTO, including sick time, is ridiculous Medical is expensive plus a lot of out of pocket costs
Although they offered many benefits, you had to pay a lot into them. They were very expensive and the less expensive ones had a high deductible. They did not give a lot of vacation and it was accrued as you worked so if you did not have any banked from the previous year taking a vacation in the first half of the year was impossible.
Can't imagine the benefits get more minimal. Co-pay is high and the perks are sparse. The benefits culture is particularly outdated and frugal compared to the surrounding market.
Decent paid time off as long as you have seniority (one lump some of vacation time, meaning no additional sick or personal days). Full health insurance offered in different levels of coverage (PPO/HMO) but it gets pricey real quick. There were several paid holidays days off offered but not an outstanding number like some companies. Other perks are based on your position and the branch you work out of. Some examples could be a generous car allowance, gas card, company mobile phone, laptop, tablet.
Benefits are fair at best.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.