Holidays and time off are nice. However, you may consider negotiating additional vacation time. Some departments very flexible. 401K is basic, great advisors. Health benefits have high deductibles, but different plan levels are available.
Work from home isn’t guaranteed and varies based director preferences. HSA is great but PTO and holidays are low comparatively.
time off, dental plan, health plan
Work from home option but not all departments provide that option
only one health plan
Health benefits are so-so. Company moved to a high deductible plan a couple years ago. My costs went up significantly, which is never a good thing. It was hard to feel like this was comparable when peers at other companies advise their employers hadn't moved to such a plan.
The best thing is the investment package for our pension plan. The worst thing is the high deductible insurance
The benefits were good including profit sharing, but in the past two years Crain shifted to a high deductible plan health insurance plan, which required a large deductible to be satisfied before seeing any benefits from this plan.
company continues to cut employee benefits -- such as severance pay and profit-sharing contributions -- while increasing the cost of health insurance coverage
Benefits continue to be cut each year. Recent benefits changes were given a spin of "getting in line with the industry" when the benefits are what helped this company stand out from the competition. The spin was disheartening. No incentive to be a long-term employee since they have "frozen" a service reward program.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.