People are the best, work schedule is the worst thing. Quality of life suffers due to under staffing. Pay needs to be brought up to current levels paid outside, and part timers are very under paid.
Good: Generous company match 401(k). Vacation is generous (starting at 2 weeks paid). 80 hours of sick time per year, which is banked per paycheck. 20 hours of "personal time" that is paid as excused absence. Bad: pay is worst in the industry, especially compared to that of the airlines (we are talking about a $25000-$50000 per year pay disparity dependent on technical level, which is obscene and inexcusable).
Employees outside of the US seem to get all the nice perks. Here in the states all the benefits packages are different depending on where you work. Overall, it's just an average package with not much to brag about.
Health insurance/dental/vision package and stock purchase option
Employees get 401k, healthcare, sick days and vacation
401K Match, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Price is okay not the best but manageable.
Overall its a great company to work for. 2 weeks of vacation 2 weeks of sick time and another 3 weeks of time off over the year.
best thing is the health care plan
Standard Benefits: 401k & Solium Stock purchase. Increasing vacation, sick, & Holiday payed time off. No pension plan really sucks.
Company match up to 5% on 401K, Pre and post tax contribution to 401K, tuition reimbursement, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, affordable medical, dental, and vision, amusement park discounts, life insurance, long and short term disability, flex time
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.