Great employees deserve great benefits - and we've got the best on both counts! In a recent poll, not only were we named "Best large corporation" but we were also singled out as the winner in categories such as "Best view", "Best commute program" and "Company with the most unusual perks."
Health dental are great. They have great paternity and maternity leave which is rare.
The best thing about the benefits package at F5 Networks is the healthcare - Full Premera HMO for whole family with vision and dental. Also has life insurance, disability, emergency travel assistance, travel insurance and group legal plan. 401K match is good - up to $6K if you max your contribution ($18K in 2017), and the employee stock purchase plan (ESPP) is standard, but a great deal (15% discount on company stock, up to 15% of your salary - that's $2,250 instantly for every $100K you make). And, when you get up in the ranks you can get in-building parking, although right now I believe only VP and above get spots (garage is full). Oh, and don't forget free gym, on-site and a cafeteria with good, reasonably priced food on the ground floor and free drinks in the kitchens. You want to come work here, really.
No hassle, great choices, a west coast liberal company that values diversity over talent.
All encompassing and flexible to each individual. Company matches are great!
Pretty good benefits offered here.
Great health & dental plan-- covers many things other standard packages don't-- at the beginning of my employment the HR rep told me it was worth over $20,000 on its own but I can't validate that claim. 18 days paid time off starting, combined sick time. 50% 401K match up to $4,000 given the minimum comes out of your pocket to meet the match. Stock bonuses are a plus.
health insurance is the best with multiple options to choose such as PPO, HDHP, FSA/HSA.
Excellent compensation / benefits package. Even if you're on the low end of the scale here, you're probably better off than at most companies.
Really good vacation benefits that ramp up pretty quickly. Medical care and 401K offerings are quite competitive. The team responsible regularly looks for ways to improve the package.
Best: great benefits overall. Con: employee cost has gone up but not significantly.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.