Great medical benefits. tuition assistance is offer but not as competitive.
It is not much time off with pay even if you have been there for a long time. You get about a week the first yr.
It's standard and based on company performance which is reasonable but the ratio to the performance is low overall.
That if u dont go to work before or after a holiday you dony get paid u have to go to work to get paid in holidays.
The best is health benefits and vision is the worse.
Flexible schedule helps offset the long hours. My role required up to 80% travel (25% advertised) so work-life balance was tough to establish. Not my direct experience, but have first hand knowledge of HR flipping the script to always act to avoid arbitration. for example, an employee of 7 years with no performance issues reported, was withdrawn from a new role (after verbally accepting the role) due to "negative feedback on their performance". When inquired, no explanation was given as to what the performance issues were and all direct line managers denied giving negative feedback. HR response was to be a no-show to the meeting they scheduled to facilitate, and response was "we can not help you".
Excellent vacation time. Most departments offer the opportunity to work from home. Good medical, dental and vision insurance. Insurance available for domestic partners.
PTO depends of the positions but start with 3 weeks, holidays pays, 401K match, stock plan after a year
Benefits were good at that time
401K, tuition reimbursement, medical, dental, gym onsite
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.