Ability to work from home when needed
As an intern you were afforded no benefits. it was an unpaid internship so this was not entirely unsurprising.
Time off (15 days PTO and 5 sick days) and flexible scheduling, without a question. Additionally, employees are asked to work at least one day out of the office each month and are allowed to take 2 Fridays off from June - August without them counting against their PTO accrual.
No 401k or vacation tracking system in place.
Benefits were solid but the "perks" were usually pretty silly or shallow.
Great 401k, decent starting salary, awesome flexibility in working from home.
as an intern, I did not receive any benefits. I heard that they do have a great benefits package though. overall employees happy with package
Covers co-pays and has strong coverage for small/mid-size company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.