When they say "unlimited time off" they mean it, approve it, and never give you the stink eye over it.
Unlimited time off was a major perk, but beware, they have started to really look at it, and make it part of your performance review. And, if you take too much time off, they may not put you on the bigger accounts (if they have any left). Work from home is also getting gray. It won’t always be approved now. Mentality is shifting so that everyone needs to be in office to make it appear as the company is doing well and not slowly laying people off.
Unlimited time off, essentially no 401k, they stopped the short term insurance, less than average medical.
Benefits are great for the most part.
Decent medical, flexible time off, catered meals, quarterly fun activities, No matching with 401K. Pushy insurance sales people trying to upsell other non-paid benefits
Insurance is OK but high deductibles. Also, it keeps changing each year which would cause us to change doctors and lose money paid toward total deductible. Transparency about benefit changes was lacking, sometimes coming on suddenly and never really felt like anyone was giving honest advice. Occasional work from home abilities considered less of a benefit and more of a necessity in order to not lose one's mind. Benefits between the two offices were not always equitable.
Absolutely the best company culture I could ask for! HR is smoothing out the benefits process, and it's been amazing so far. Very personalized assistance, and you can tell you're cared about when it comes to figuring out life situations outside of work.
Generous number of paid holidays, half day summer Fridays from memorial day until labor day, market average for amount of PTO. Company management is also pretty understanding about allowing employees to work from home on occasion, so long it isn't being abused. The 401k plan by itself is nice (low fee index fund plan) but the company match (as of July 1st, 2016) completely sucks. Company DOES NOT MATCH your contribution. Instead, they add 10% of whatever you put in, on a 5 year vesting schedule. You're basically going to get $250 based on a 5% draw from a $50k salary. Gross. Also, company is not maternity/paternity leave-friendly. If you plan on having kids, also plan on having another source of income (or apply elsewhere).
They offer it all but I found that the one I had with my husband was better.
Great health/dental insurance, remote work flexibility, 15+ days PTO, food, events, etc.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.