Good health insurance and 401K. Vacation days do not roll over every year so if you don't use them you lose them.
High premiums, no paid maternity leave they do contribute to HSA for a high deductible plan
You get paid sick time, paid time off, several holidays plus a floating holiday. 401K, and health insurance.
Probably traveling on per-diem and have more flexible vacation days
Must work for 1 year to be entitled to the 401k package. Flexible hours as long as work gets done, no one really watching you all the time
Family oriented, structure with freedom.
The benefits here aren't so great. For the amount of overtime worked, there is is no comp time and they start you off with 1 week of vacation for your first year. Also, they don't tell you that personal time and sick time are one in the same.
401k Match (although low), but benefit costs are high
Medicore. vacation time could be better, ESPECIALLY with a mandatory closing every year for July 4th for a week. That should be company paid, NOT unpaid.
Perks include some consideration for some comp time when working over Holidays and weekends, but depends on where you are on the food chain, and office politics. Loose on expenses claims. Flex hours for commuting, some work from home - again, depends on who you know. Insurance and 401k are middle of the road - for what a small company can leverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.