I retired in 2015 so I can't speak on current benefits but when I worked there I felt that HR really tried to get the best plans for employees & stay current with the changing HC laws.
PTO program that we recently switched to is industry average. Max out accruing at 10 years.
401k with company match, put in 6% get 3.5% match. High deductible health plan, $3000 deductible before they cover anything
They care about their employees
Poor benefits. They doubled the price for a mile high deductible. Just greed.
They only offer a high deductible health plan with an HSA option for medical. It works - and is pretty much what companies are having to go to these days. They do a 401K match, and have a generous PTO plan for most exempt and non-exempt employees - starts at 4 weeks and stands in place of separate vacation and sick time.
Benefits went down while out of pocket deductibles doubled.
Moderate health insurance deductibles, great company match to 401k, Simplot employee discounts at a number of retailers, and start with 3 weeks paid time off.
We moved to a single health plan in 2015. Its a high deductible plan with an HSA. But the deductible isn't really that high compared to other employers or exchange plans, and they are really generous with putting money in the HSA.
401K match of 6.5%. Recent change to PTO system which for me means 240 hours/year. Unfortunately, no one covers my position when I take time off so I usually give back a large portion of the time in unpaid overtime when I return from vacation/time off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.