20 days of vacation days each year with your birthday off. Additional personal days,depends on years of service.
401k matching does not start right away and matching is minimal
Great Benefits Department staff, 20 vacation days (at least when I was employed there), 6-8 sick days and all the national holidays.
The insurance for staff is lowest benefit, but the highest cost to the employee, that I had seen from the three firms I had worked for (O'Melveny, Latham, Gibson). Annual raises were 1-2% lower than I had seen elsewhere, and merit bonuses were low.
I got 9 holidays. Not even off Christmas eve or New Years Eve.. they don't play for anything
Very flexible facetime policy. Lots of working remotely or from home. Best part of being a biglaw attorney is being able to manage your time. There might be a lot of work, but you choose which hours of the day you will be working and usually where you'll be working from. That, and you get your own office. A nice one. It beats a cubicle.
Dental insurance was lacking, big ticket items not covered like root canals or caps
4 weeks vacation - FSA
Health insurance options are great and the company pays for most of it. Even with a PPO you're only paying $75/month out of pocket.
Firm has a very generous Maternity Leave policy.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.