Best thing is Life insurance. Company pays for it. Nothing goes out of employees pocket. I dont see worst things here. Floating holidays- only 1 where some of the companies provide 5 floating holidays a year.
Worst by far is the health insurance - plan is out of TX and is atrociously expensive for terrible coverage.
YES they did have 401k/stock options-AND paid time off days-that you would earn 1 of each month, HOWEVER: Management was incredibly overbearing. You couldn't have a sick day without being questioned. You also had to use your vacation time if you were sick-which was also not very accommodating. Health insurance was also expensive and the company did not pay as much for it out of pocket like the new company I am at now. Snacks although gracious, WERE limited-we did get catered lunch on Mondays, BUT the options were bleak and repetitive. I do not recommend this company to anyone looking to grow. They do not offer any sort of plan to their employees-the CEO even told us at an off-site meeting that: "We are preparing you to move forward in your professional careers with new skills, etc." I spent a year there and that was far more than enough for me. I had 4 different bosses in that time, and my last one was VERY into micro-managing and would even go so far as to say that she singled me out on my team for reasons unknown. I am all for women in management EXCEPT when they are NOT tactful, and do NOT offer much positive reinforcement. I did many things that went unnoticed and my year end "review" was less than average due to a small discrepancy that we had only a few weeks prior (She even said that to me in our one on one chat). I am sorry but how is a personal issue with me a reason to down my professional review? I am happy to have left that company and to have found a much better opportunity elsewhere with better pay, better benefits, and MUCH BETTER MANAGEMENT.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.