Insurance is pretty expensive and coverage isn't the greatest
United Healthcare as medical insurance (very expensive), PTO (12 days for any employee under 40 hours), 401k
Pretty standard benefits package, could be better. They don't pay for anything past a portion of medical, vision, dental, and a 401k match.
Cost increases of premiums and copays
Employee cost for benefits is on the high side
Flexible hours and ability to work from home when appropriate.
Best is they have a variety of benefit options Worst is inconsistencies with in the benefit options. Meaning they constantly change with each time the company is bought or sold.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.