Employee contributions seems too high.
401k, employee stock plan, health and dental insurance. But very disappointing in the PTO department. You only get two weeks PTO and that's for vacation and sick days. This gets bumped to 3 weeks PTO but only after you've worked there for 7 years. As a Fortune 500 company, they could do a lot better in that area.
Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance with low premiums, Paid time off, paid holidays
Stock Options at discount price
The benifits were good, too bad Obamacare screws those that work for a living
Best is... at least they offer health insurance
Work in the corporate office. 401(k) match is ok with a variable match, with a minimum guarantee of 20% match, of the first $2,500 in employee contribution. Health insurance is ok priced for the employee at $75/month, but shoots up to $300+ for spouse and/or children. Other random benefits are annual events. They take over the local ski lodge just about every year and provide free food and rentals, among many other fun and some family friendly events.
Free laptop, free coffee and cafeteria food, company discounts on cars, hotels rooms etc. Great healthcare package, dental and vision.
The benefits were great, very nice people to work with.
Best: Option to purchase company stock at a discount, ability to return to school on their dime, a free health clinic in the building (plus health insurance), discounts on cars and maintenance, and PTO. Worst: Must be an employee for an entire quarter to receive benefits (Interns cannot fulfill this requirement)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.