Unlimited PTO is a trap. Its hard to find the time to be able to really use this as effectively as traditional PTO.
Unlimited PTO, 401K Plan and Health/Vision/Dental
very poor medical insurance options, but no different than many places now-a-days
Best thing is that they finally have a decent package. We had to switch packages constantly to finally get a decent one. It's great for individuals incredibly expensive for families.
Company contributes to the 401k plan with no required match.
Benefits are good for the size of the company; they have less negotiating power with agencies than a larger organization, but they definitely try to provide decent options. Their time off policy looks good on paper but really depends on how your manager feels about it (some people take several weeks off in chunks through the year and no one bats an eyelash; others struggle to get even a few days off if it will inconvenience their manager). I once mentioned in a casual conversation other countries where extensive maternity/paternity leave is common and the President snapped at me that those countries "aren't world powers". I have no idea what that has to do with taking care of your employees who have families, but that comment stuck with me for a long time.
401k, "unlimited" time off (as long as your manager approves). Gas card
Unlimited vacation/sick days (limited sometimes by customer/client needs)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.