They allow Generous time off.
General medical insurance is provided. Annual leave package for a start is 20 days, and this is inclusive of medical leave - Not good if you fall ill for an extended period. Salary package is poor considering the lack of bonuses paid. The management would tend to pay the minimum wage of a particular role in the country. There is absolutely no motivation to work hard here.
As an intern I was not offered a benefits package. But I got paid and got free parking in their garage. A lot of free meals too.
Slightly above average benefits package overall, but with caveats: for instance, the ability to work from home is up to the department manager's discretion, and in some departments, the managers are very old fashioned and believe that if you're not in the office, then you're goofing off and so is only for special occasions a few times a year. Health insurance used to be really good but they reduced the overall benefits and switched to a lesser company a few years ago due to "increased medical costs" and now employees pay the same for less coverage and more out of pocket. The have offered in the past on-site health screenings, flu shots and CPR training, so that is kind of nice.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.