Benefits are generous and well communicated.
They also had short term leave of absence.
That it is not as good as it used to be, as they were in the "Cadillac" category.
Mayo only matches 50% up to 4% into 403B. As with every employer out there, medical benefits have become expensive. Even with the best plan, I am paying $4000 out of pocket for my family.
Well defined and good HR support. They were very understanding when I needed to be away for paternity leave.
Worst thing: Outdated system that doesn't match the technology for the benefit system of past employers. For an organization that is considered innovative, they don't invest in benefits that give employees flexibility and coverage
Permanent employees get generous retirement packages, and good health insurance. Unfortunately, I was only in a contract position so I did not qualify for such company perks.
The Pension plan is super
Benefits day one for health insurance. They give you a few options to choose from. As long as you are a 0.5 (half-time) employee, you can get health insurance. They have a 403b, and Roth. Those of us that have been there for a certain amount of time also have the Pension plan plus our 403b, now I don't think it is offered to new employees, just the 403b and Roth.
They contribute to your 401K, every 5 years you get to choose a gift for your many years of employment. They offer a spending reimbursement to help pay for glasses, mess etc..
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.