Excellent benefits for a nonprofit
No 401k matching and no professional development. Travel freeze and hiring freeze for the past 2 years.
Cigna is the insurance provider. Good plans offered that accept many providers in the area.
Decent vacation and sick offerings. They claim the maternity benefits are great, however I found them less than impressive with my first child. You do get a minimum of 6 weeks off, but not necessarily paid based on how long you've been employed.
Plenty of vacation time and reasonable benefits
There are no benefits available to interns.
Flexibility/telecommute really depends on your Manager. The other benefits are fabulous. Very generous on all levels. There is not a 403b match, which is a drawback.
The benefits package is pretty standard however. There is flexibility with adjusting your daily schedule and telecommuting.
Great health insurance and benefits if you plan to be start out expand your family.
Overall the benefit package is a good one, however, the one benefit that was altered is the 401K. The company no longer matches what your allotment is.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.