Worst thing is that the health insurance company is United Healthcare which isn't the best I've dealt with.
Generous four weeks of flexible time off to start off with. Little to no perks other than standard benefit packing like insurance, 401k and ESPP.
It would be nice if health insurance premiums for families was a bit lower.
Basketball and other sports are playable during lunch time.
Benefits are pretty standard: Medical options with high deductible and HSA or a few other plans that cost much more, very cheap vision and dental coverage. 401k, with small company match. They give 4 weeks of "vacation" time, but that is also your sick time, so it's really only 4 weeks if you never get sick. No other benefits really. Onsite food options are horrible, only available for a few hours a day, and paid for completely by you, unlike many other tech companies. Office coffee is complementary but burnt to the point of being liquified charcoal.
The benefits package in general is pretty good. I think the health care could be better. It is expensive and the OOP max is high even for the lower deductible plans
The best thing about maternity/paternity leave is that you can schedule your leave within 1 year following the baby's birth
High deductible insurance is really expensive
Several benefits typically part of large companies are included. The health insurance rates are competitive. It is hard to give specifics on benefits because these benefits have changed over the years. For example, new employees have a higher 401k company match percentage than older employees. The new employees do not have access to the other retirement programs.
Not much benefits for interns like stock options or 401k. But it makes sense for an internship.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.