time off or more words
There is no paid time off. You must use vacation time or attendance points (9) which do not come off until the following year.
Great plan for a family
Benefits and vacation are available the day you are hired.
Pretty average package. Not much of an incentive to save or invest but has medical and the like that you will get at most big companies.
Excellent Benefits package offered to employees
Health insurance offering is very competitive and offers a health savings account which the company contributes to you on your behalf.
Expensive premium, high co-pays/deductibles. Disability is Liberty Mutual, notorious for not paying.
Strong all around benefits. Good dental, health, 401k, etc. Make sure you negotiate on stock and vacation. They play hardball, but if you have leverage you can get a better deal.
The cost to insure a family was reasonable compared to what I have heard other companies require their employees to pay. Reasonable 401k matching after a year of employment. Tuition reimbursement wasn't truly offered to everyone. Two levels of management had to prove and typically the senior manager would barely knew who you were if at all. They decide whether the degree would be of any use to the company. I was told an MBA wouldn't be covered because it didn't really provide value to my role. This was after being told there would be no problem. They waited 3 months after I started classes to tell me no.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.