Having benefits in this industry is nice.
On the surface, the benefits appear to be generous. However, they don't really cover much. The health/dental/vision insurance is great as long as you never have to use it. The option to occasionally work from home is nice, if you're a manager with a superior that allows it. The retirement plans aren't matched at all, though they are pushed on employees because the owner's wife works in the industry. You get three sick days a year, and seven holidays. The one bright spot is that you constantly accrue vacation time, so if you use it all before the end of the year you don't have to wait to accrue more again.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.