401k kicks in after a year
Good -Comparable to the industry
A good portion of health benefits covered by company
The match is 6% which is ok for a nonprofit (it used be be 10% a few years ago). Health insurance costs have been going up every year, but that is quite common these days. There are only 20 PTO days with no sick leave. So, if you get sick, you may not have many days left for vacation. There are limited carry over days of PTO (it's either 5 or 10 days - it has changed a few times). .
Very bad choice of health insurance provider, otherwise decent benefits package with generous transportation benefit
Worst thing was that it changed significantly while I was there and a lot of people lost a lot of vacation and sick days.
You only get PTO (Personal Time Off) for both vacation and sick time.
20 days of PTO with 3 day carry over. horrible!
For an intern, you get $120 on a metro card per month, or the equivalent for a parking pass if you drive. You can also get a gym membership if you want to forego the previously mentioned options.
The company has 403b plan and contributes 6% of employee's annual salary; employees can contribute as much as they want, within allowed maximum.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.