Cheap health insurance if only paying for yourself, ok PTO policy (kind of depends on when you were hired), it's a use it or lose it policy so you cannot carry hours over into the next calendar year
Benefits for a single individual are very reasonably priced.
Average benefits all around. Could be better, could be worse.
A good amount of vacation and sick time, 2 weeks of each. Time increases depending on many years you are with the company.
Plenty of paid time off, we had off almost every holiday. Accrual rate for paid time off was quite low though.
401k marching up to 5%, solid healthcare and dental benefits, 10 paid days off and 10 paid sick days for employees
10 Sick days, 10 PTO days and 2 Floating Holidays. 6% 401K matching and HSA for heath benefits is super nice. There is talk about work from home for the future year, but national is taking it's time to get that rolled out.
Good 401K Plan with company match to 3.5% of salary
Decent medical benefits. Flexible work schedule that values performance over office attendance
Sub-Industry pay, poor 401k match 3.5% and no bonus paid out.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.