401k matching is average. Work life balance is pretty good. PTO is average.
Profit Sharing, 401K, good health care benefits and costs
Good employee discount offerings. 401K match. Holidays are limited. Insurance, while it has good coverage, is expensive. No maternity/paternity leave.
The health insurance is horrible, everything is a fight with Athena. Expect to pay out of pocket a lot. I did not buy into the 401k due to no one being able to inform me when I would be full vested.
I loved that the company contributes to you 401k even if you don't . We accrude time at the beginning of each pay period for vacation. They used Aetna and I had a wonderful plan and it wasn't expensive per pay and it was pre-taxed.
Benefits seem about normal for a large company and are OK. I'm under the impression that everyone has the same benefits package availability and am not aware of anybody negotiating anything else. Medical coverage could be a bit better (higher percentage coverage) and the prices seem to go up annually. High deductible HSA was the best plan for my situation. Employees used to be able to work from home with various schedules (mostly occasional but some worked full time at home), but this changed during the last couple of years and the current policy is everyone at an office except for some sales or unique positions. Paid vacations are the norm and start at 2 or 3 weeks paid time off (PTO) annually. For longer years of service the weeks go to 4 or 5. At a certain employment level/title, earned vacation time disappears and vacation time is just negotiated with your manager with no set limit. Sick days and other time off is taken from accrued PTO for employees that earn PTO. Most U.S. bank holidays are off and we usually get an extra day off at both Christmas and New Years.
401K, Health, PTO benefits are great. Basic modern IT company perks are missing. No work from home unless you are special. Tight device controls. Very locked down network.
Insurance was reasonable, they would contribute to your HSA, healthy rewards as well.
The good, new employee are eligible for benefits on the first of the month following the hire date. Insurance for most employees is only through one provider. HMO's are not an option unless you are in California. Vision benefits is mostly non useful.
The surcharge for adding a spouse to medical is outrageous.