Good medical, dental, vision and paid time off benefits. 401k match is not the best.
good vocations package, two paid volunteering days, transportation, parking, health and education reimbursement
Benefits were overall competitive, but there was very little true investment in the employees
401 k with 3% match, Medical, vision and dental, life insurance, and STD. Very good benefits
Overall a fair package that unfortunately has shifted a lot of copay and deductible costs down to employees. Has options for low health care needs folks (aka young folks) that are cheaper. So great if you don't need it but pricey when you actually have to use health benefits.
Nothing special, but not terrible either. There are a lot of options regarding types of insurance so while that was not relevant to me, it could be super useful to others (such as insuring dependents and/or children, legal insurance and assistance, etc.). One thing I absolutely did appreciate was their "SHP" ("sustainable high performance") program, which allows you to get refunded for purchases that pertain to your overall wellness (gym memberships, fitness classes, activity trackers, exercise equipment, etc.).
Comprehensive benefits package with 401k, medical, dental offered. New for 2018, a company paid critical care benefit.
Flexibility of healthcare companies; 401K match takes 3 years to vest.
Offers all benefits to permanent employees (medical, dental, vision,401K) and offers a Heath & Wellness reimbursement program for gym memberships and other health related items.
Has a 401K plan. vacation time is generous. Roughly 20-25 days off per year, although no carrying over. Medical/Dental/Vision is average. Not bad, but not great either.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.