The worst benefit for me was the match. Percent matching was low and the vesting period long. They didn't care because turnover was so high, most employees never got vested in the 401k program.
Paid month of maternity and paternity leave is great
Though they are not the most affordable plans available, they do use reputable companies to be involved with concerning your health care needs. They regularly ask employees for suggestions for the coming year.
Educational benefits are the best. 100% paid for. Health overall okay.
Transforming company trying to make itself better
2 weeks PTO starts day 1, paid holiday, overtime, Medical, dental, vision, 401k,
Time off and a free education are unmatched. Health insurance is decent.
Great benefits - lots of variety for you to choose from
Best benefits: 80 hours of PTO from day 1 and 120 hours after your first year Unlimited tuition assistance on degree and certificate programs Food trucks and catering service Community outreach projects and company outings Most holidays off Free vision insurance Casual wear environment Fun and engaging games (corn hole toss, basketball, jenga, etc.) On site car wash and dry cleaning services Adequate pay Mental health awareness and outreach programs including company wide seminars and free counseling for marriage, family, mental health, etc. Work/life balance programs teaching how to manage stress, budgeting, and time management Physical health programs including boot camp classes, 1-on-1 personalized health education meetings and company wide physical health education seminars. Also, gym membership discounts. Discounts on major retailers cell phone plans (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, etc) 401K match 50% up to 6% Paid maternity leave Other Benefits: Healthcare- expensive with a high deductible Dental AD&D LTD-no short term available Voluntary Life Insurance
They do try to think of creative ways to offer different benefits to employees. Some seem to be more successful than others. The health insurance options used to be really good, now they are just average. It's great that people get 2 weeks of PTO and can contribute to their 401(k) from day one, and you aren't chained to the company for a certain amount of time after completing a degree.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.