Ample Time off including floating holidays, sick leave, and regular vacation.
Great benefits, doctor on site (all visits free), very basic vacation (2 weeks until you've been there 5 years), 17% employee discount
Great work life balance- depends on the season though. Good medical and health insurance coverage.
THey were going to "co-insurance" for health - dental and vision were not good. The "co-insurance" meant you had to spend up to your dedcutible out of pocket (of course you were encouraged to contribute to tax free HSAs, but that was $1500 for an individiaul and $3000 for a family before a lot benefits set in. RSUs were taken from people unless your were at the most senior levels, employee stock plans went way before Dell went private, and mental health benefits were subcontracted from health insurance to not-so-great plans. They once tried to squash the annual bonus program - which was dependent on business performance (in other words if the business performance met metrics, the target was a percentage of your salary and the actual pay out could go up or down depending on performance). If the business didn't meet expectations, then the target was lowered OR it could be raised if better than the metrics. That was an expected part of a person's salary that generally one could plan for within a 10-15% range - LOW OR HIGH. There was such a revolt that the bonus came back because it had been in place for decades.
A lot of out of pocket expenses before you the benefits of having health insurance.
flexible work life balance-good benefits
good vacation (start at 5 weeks - additional 4 weeks for paternity). Decent match (6%)
You have to pay an extra annual fee for a spouse to be covered
The benefits package was decent and in general overall compensation was good but being a private company it did not have a good stock plan which sets you back
401K plan - company matches upto 6%