Worst: 3 year vesting on 401K matching. Many employees don't last that long for various reasons. Best: very flexible about work from home in many departments
Provision of a CDHP plan with a linked HSA account is the best benefit.
Medical coverage is poor and costly
Signing bonus was great, though they had at one point recommended that we "use it to get housing" before telling us that we wouldn't get the signing bonus until after the first pay period, which isn't when it's useful for getting housing.
Health Insurance and 401K Match
Benefits have shrunk considerably over the last 3 years. Medical is no longer employee friendly, life insurance was dropped, pension was dropped.
Yearly bonus and flexible time off
tuition reimbursement is horrible, you can't get the IRS limit until you've been employed for 5 years. Up until then it's $3500 which doesn't cover any type of program
Getting worse by the day. Another big round of layoffs on 10/17/17. Unhappy clients. Client connections to data enter go down frequently.
1. The insurance benefits aren't very beneficial unless you have a higher salary. The package changes over the previous 3 years trended downward for myself and all others I spoke with. They were so bad that if your spouse had a plan, you would go with it instead. One co-worker's wife was a manager at Speedway and they chose her plan over CDK's as it had deductable options and coverage choices among providers - note: they had 1 child and I have 2. The "Perks" arrangements in place are less than spectacular. You can negotiate better car deals yourself. The only perk worth utilizing was the cellular service discounts. And this from a technology company that supposedly had 'arrangements' in place with numerous vendors from other industries.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.