Good insurance coverage, 401k, life and disability insurance.
Cost of health insurance is much higher than other places I have worked at with comparable coverage.
Very competent benefit package. PTO includes sick days. Several floating holidays. 401k vested immediately
Good 401k match, PTO, Gym subsidy and telecommuting policy. Health insurance is very expensive.
The worst thing? Do I have to pick only one? Tuition reimbursement annual amount is below industry standard. They make their employees use PTO when attending professional development (sadly, it's true). Costs to employees could be more competitive. Vacation time is not up to standard industry, and PTO should be 3 weeks plus the opportunity to purchase one week per year. Training is lackluster. Overall, the worst thing about benefits is the HR management that is putting the benefit package together. HR needs to be evaluated and re-designed.
Health benefits are a joke. Very expensive and people rarely use it.
Health insurance is extremely expensive (close to $480/pay *2 pays a month) for a family plan.
The medical benefits are very expensive. They have a great PTO policy where you earn additional PTO after 2 years vs the 5 years that most companies require.
We have pretty good benefits, especially PTO & 401(k), which are both better than any other place I've worked (5 other places). I like the free soda, the gym in the building, and a beautiful landscape around the office park, which I should enjoy more with a brisk walk at lunch like some people do. I also like that we have a covered parking garage with a covered walkway to the building. It seems like a small thing unless it's raining or snowing and then it makes my morning. Healthcare costs are a little high, but my coverage has been good after our insurance costs.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.