Good benefits and great maternity/paternity leave.
The 401k contribution is a flat 5% of income regardless of whether you contribute. It's not guaranteed, but I got it each of the 5+ years I was employed there.
As long as the work was completed, longer vacations were ok.
The one things I've heard them claim is above industry-standard for professional staff is severance pay and assistance. There is no professional-development to speak of, and retirement is limited to a non-guaranteed profit-share.
Coverage is comparable to companies I've worked for in the past, but the cost seems to be high when comparing the plan benefits/coverage.
Five weeks paid time off, employer contributions to 401k, and onsite fitness center.
Poor dental package, with no option to upgrade for more money. $15K benefit for infertility, but few providers in my area take Aetna.
They held the 401k contribution until September. Health insurance gets more expensive each year, significantly. Dental is pretty good.
Great PTO - no limit!
Overall, it is a well rounded benefits package. The paid time off is combined vacation and sick leave which I like better as you tend to get more vacation time than with plans that are split. One of the best benefits they offer is a program for backup care, which encompasses care for children, dependent adults and even yourself if you are sick. It's a yearly benefit that actually saves me a significant amount on childcare.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.