WFH is not encouraged, but the time off is pretty good: 3 weeks vacation, flex days, paid holidays, 8 sick days. Sick days and vacation days aren't in a combined PTO pool. They are tracked separately. There is also an option to do a sabbatical for up to 6 months after you've worked there 5 years.
3 weeks vacation + 3 PTO days + 8 sick days. They are very strict about only using those days. Health insurance is not great, but it's decent. Working from home is frowned upon, but they are flexible if you give some notice. Summer Fridays (leave 2 hours early on Fridays in the summer). 401k has 50% matching. Breakfast is catered on Friday mornings, but it is wiped out pretty quickly.
Decent vacation time, as well as flex hours to use for appointments. Good 401k.
Care packages are okay. There is a lot of benefits within the company.
breakfast fridays, beer 30s, able to work from home when needed
Vacation + Flex + Sick time = starting out at 26 days/year total.
Terrible maternity & paternity leave policies.
Very reasonable benefits. Things you would expect at an agency. Nothing more. Nothing less.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.