The benefits are fairly standard and what you would expect from a large employer. Health, 401K with floating match, vacation, dental, vision, etc. I believe the retirement package is the biggest gap so negotiate your salary to save more on your own. It can be done and works out nicely.
Certain departments have a very "old school" mentality about the workplace, and frown upon working from home periodically
Great pension and paid vacation time
benefits are pretty good - you have a lot of options to choose from and makes it very manageable with FSA and HSA options. They do a lot of extra benefits also like financial wellness coaching with money incentives and an internal points system that you can use your points from doing good work to buy things.
Equifax offers a thorough, traditional benefits package. It is competitive with others that I have seen and the company works especially hard to keep healthcare benefits affordable given the ongoing cost increases in the healthcare market.
Good medical and dental plans.
Health insurance premium increases on yearly basis, and there is no dedicated time for job training, it's up to employee to learn on their own at spare time. Working from home is flexible, at least one day a week employee can work from home, and management supports it.
Offered different benefits packages so you could pick the best plan for you and your family.
Too expensive to the employee relative to the coverage and deductibles. Working remotely is only permitted grudgingly. Very uneven across teams.
Vacation time is good and fair amount. Sick leave is unlimited.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.