Health insurance is good. Vacation time off is good, if you are a non-hourly (exempt) employee. Salaries are not the greatest thing here. Work environment is good.
Very good health, dental and vision, but it's expensive, even after the reimbursement every month (which you are taxed).
Benefits package was great. My wife had our baby and she had to go through a screening test for trisomy. It costs more than 5 thousand dollars and insurance covered that. Insurance even covered the breast pump and extra days we spent at the hospital.
Great 401k match and tons of time off.
401k, self explanatory, salesforce used to track everything, very easy to understand
401k, they guide you to understand how you will be paid, always open to questions,
the food and free gear really
24 days vacation plus Christmas shutdown (1 week), summer hours
You have benefits, but they don't expect you to take vacations. That's the reality of a postdoc
Excellent health care services. No retirement savings opportunities or other 'typical' parts of benefits packages. But more than enough to live in Providence for 5 years when you are in your 20's.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.