Great, affordable health care. PTO could be more generous.
There is a pension if you stay for 3 years.
Health, dental, vision and 401k.
Volunteer Time off, 20 hours per year. Has been a fabulous benefit, allowing me to volunteer for children school events and Polar Plunge events,
Employer contribution into HSA, 20 hours of volunteer PTO
The best thing is my medical insurance... Its $18 every 2 weeks with a $1000 deductible. $500 of that is reimbursed my my employer. Really can't get better than that.
BCBSMN share of cost was substantial.
Best - Flexible work arrangements. I am able to work from home when I need to (not all the time). Generally, I'm able to stick to my flex schedule more of the time but the new exec management is making this more difficult so time will tell. Worst - They throw a lot of random health programs at us but they are not consistent. Things will be supported for a while, then HR loses interest and the programs fizzle out. For example, HR killed one of the Weight Watcher's programs by making it impossible for employees to find the room. It makes it hard to stick with things you like or support systems that you develop. When there is a new program, HR doesn't really communicate its support well so you'll end up with random, confusing emails. Sometimes I can't tell if they are junk mail or something the company supports. To make it worse, the IT security won't allow us to download content/pictures for company supported vendors, so that makes the emails that are HR supported seem even more like junk mail. That said, if you are interested in trying new health vendors, the company will incent you to do it.
first 3% at 100% match 4th and 5th at 50% match for 401k.
401K and Pension Plan and PTO upto 26 days a year
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.