We had stock purchase option at a discounted price that did not last too long. People really liked this benefit.
Comprehensive benefits included 401K, RSU, Vacation, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, ADD, Legal
Basic 401k, Heath insurance is PPO or HMO, vacation is standard but no carry over (use it or lose it)
if you have kids, then you are get a more flexible job with work time is not strict watched
Great overall Healthcare, Dental and Vision for an empty nester, covering the employee and spouse. Out of pocket is reasonable and can be higher or lower depending on your own deduction choices, which are made every year.
Provided lots of choices. There was a significant cost to the employee. Liberal time off after seniority. Generous 401K plan. Opportunity to work overtime.
Most of the benefits are standard. Vacation is an use it or loose it, no longer can we roll hours over. You get 5 days fo sick leave. The thing I dislike the most is our medial plan. We presently have United Healthcare and coming from Group Heath, it is a challenge to use. Having to file claims, having to pay for labs for my phycical even though the physical is paid.
Danaher's buying power across all of its orgs kept employee contributions low with a robust offering that is hard to match.
Health benefits including vision and dental are pretty good. 401k matching is reasonable. Vacation and sick time are fairly flexible. No other perks worth mentioning.
Full benefits. United Health Care, VSP, dental. Bad: Prescriptions is through CVS. In Colorado we don't have CVS, so you can go anywhere EXCEPT Walgreens. Kind of a pain, but only a minor issue. The $$ benefit make it worth the extra effort.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.