good medical coverage; HSA plans available; reasonable premiums; holidays and paid time off were industry standard;
There really wasn't anything offered for interns, no days off or sick days. No benefits package, yet this is not really uncommon. Most places do not offer any of these benefits to interns, even if they are working full time because internships usually just last about 3 months in total.
Best: Employee favorable, excellent 401 k
The benefits are some of the best you can receive from a company. There is a 401k option, no company match buy at least it's there. Plenty of vacation time once you've been there at least a year, and also sick days. FSA, medical, dental, vision options.
Health Insurance is pretty basic and expensive. 401K company match is very good. Educational reimbursement is available if you have proven your worth. Very little vacation available.
Poor health insurance compared to other companies I have worked for; very expensive with a recent increase of $135 a month this past year. Vacation balance is acceptable with option to buy a week.
Decent insurance, 401K, 15 days paid holidays
Benefits good prior to Siemens ; now poor
Good benefits package in competitive industry
They do provide a small unmatched contribution to your 401 K account, however their health benefits for a family are costly.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.