Pros: vacation/holiday amount, standard 401(k) match, great profit share, annual bonus may be hit or miss, full tuition reimbursement program, HSA, volunteering opportunities, employee events. Cons: no paid parental leave (standard disability for childbirth), no work from home options, ESPP only 5% discount.
You are fired for punching in 1 millisecond too early and this is how they treat disabled veterans
Start off with 2 weeks vacation, and your first full year hired you can "buy" flex days (up to 5 days off using your own weekly contributions to pay for the days off). Technically get yearly "bonuses" but I only received a very small bonus the 1st year; the other 6 we didn't make bonus margins. No sick days paid for, and they frown on being "sick" as an excuse to not come to work. (They will be subtle about it,but you WILL hear about it)
I didn't get benefits because I was part-time.
Pick from various insurance options one of the negatives is no sick days
Crappy 401K, they discontinued matching funds when I was hired.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.