The best thing is working for a direct supervisor who pushes for you to receive raises at the level that you worked for.
The company offers great benefits including medical and 401k with company match up to a certain percent
If you are full time, the health insurance monthly premium is low. Dental and vision also offered. One of the few employers to offer a pension, though you have to work there for a specific amount of time (10 years +) to make the most of it. Vacation time can be banked and rolled over.
Good options for retirement, great PTO benefits, decent medical coverage, all accessible from start date.
The premium. They offer us SelectHealth which I have never had issues with in the past, however, the high premiums are outrageous.
The pto accrues right away and builds quickly
Basic FMLA maternity leave, no additional maternity benefits, and no additional perks beyond the standard benefits for large companies.
I love having so many options between plans
Still has a pension plan. They are now forcing employees to use HSA.
The benefits here are great (other than a fairly strict not working from home policy - this is specific to the marketing department). You will never have better health benefits in your entire career. They also pay for the vast majority of a public transit pass, the majority of a local gym membership, and $2,000 annually for tuition reimbursement (without have to sign a contract that you'll stay at the company once you graduate).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.