Lots of free food, gear, etc.
The best thing about the benefits was the season tickets. Mediocre heath benefits, time off, and 401k (no match).
Good health insurance includes HMO and PPO options, 401k matching, flex spend. Other perks like free tickets (upper level), discount on merchandise, bobbleheads
Experience is really cool. Fly with the staff for the NBA Finals and you see the players from time to time.
2 weeks paid vacation + 2 personal days + paid sick days + 401k Matching (recently changed) + Season Tickets. Added benefits during Playoffs include massages, free lunch/snacks etc.
Health insurance is great, you can't really take PTO during the season because of the game schedule if you're a part of certain departments (services or sales specifically). They just started 401k matching and you do have the option of receiving 2 free tickets to every game which is a great perk, but you do get taxed on the tickets as well.
Full health benefits, 401k - no match.
Insurance is good, no match for 401K. Not much of an option to work from home.
None were offered as interns for obvious reasons, I cannot help answer this question.
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