best thing - it covers almost every thing, medical, dental, eyes worst thing - there is no variation in benefits and flexibility
dont expect this company to follow the law
first year no 401k, second year has
Paid holidays (New York Board), 15 days vacation, 5 flex (sick days), 5 days matrimony (unusual, but nice if you're getting married that year), Jury leave and maternity/paternity, but I'm not sure how many days. 401k is non-matching 3% employer contribution after first year. Employees can contribute from start date, but this is not made clear in training, or well understood by HR, so most employees don't utilize it. Medical plan fiscal year starts June 1. Vision, dental, legal assistance, supplemental life are all optional. Choice of plans is comprehensive. There may be an FSA, but HR team is not will informed about how American benefits work. There is NO bonus plan, even for senior BA's, and no overtime is paid, even for non-supervisory positions.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.