Generous paid time off, including volunteer days and dedicated sick time, and great 401(k) matching. 37.5-hour work week.
Retirement and health benefits are average. Fertility coverage is currently $15k lifetime max (as of 2018 quotes) including meds and procedures - not enough to cover a single round of IVF, but many companies don't cover anything so it's something. Adoption benefits are poor- they do offer $5000 compensation but you are not entitled to paid leave (unpaid via the FMLA only) despite a nice maternity policy for biological mothers.
2 weeks vacay + sick time. I negotiated for 3 weeks Deductible for single person is $1750. Expensive healthcare. Decent 402K match.
401K funds are numerous and company participating in matching funds. Company no longer offers a pension. Company has numerous HSA choices.
The 401 k is really good as you tier out. I think you hit multipliers at 3,5, and 7 years.
Benefits are standard. The best benefit is the company match for 401k.
The company allows for two paid days off per year to use for any charitable volunteer work.
Good 401K with matching, pre-tax commuter plan, flexibility in hours and working from home depending on position. Health plans are all HSAs with slightly high deductibles.
The vacation policy is generous, and the company encourages employees to spend 2 work days a year doing volunteer work.
PTO is pretty good, health insurance is partly paid for by the company but the coverage isn't very good, and 401k options are available.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.