Nothing remarkable, has fallen from the golden age of bonuses , et cetera to the basic essentials like health insurance.
Benefits are marginal. They have a 401k plan but no company contribution.
No 401 match, health insurance expensive and coverage is mediocre at best, HR reps are 2500 miles away in California. There is free water and coffee if that's your thing. After seeing the list of benefits here on Glassdoor, I had to laugh. Are there really places out there that offer those benefits? McClatchy benefits just got bumped down a notch again, sorry.
Best: 3 weeks vacation on joining. 4 weeks after 5 years service No 401k match or ESPP
Company has not been able to match the 401k contributions for several years now. As with most health insurance, the premiums are much higher than they used to be and the deductibles are high as well, One would mostly just use this for covering major events because a mostly healthy person is going to pay in about 5k in premiums and deductibles before health insurance would pay for anything. Dental coverage is ok for twice per year checkups and yearly eye exams are reasonable, although it doesn't cover much for eyeglasses or contacts. Vacation time is 3 weeks to begin with and increases to 4 after 7 years (I think), which is the highest time. 2 weeks sick time is provided. Most managers are flexible in allowing employees to take time off for personal appointments, work from home to help with children, etc, as long as assigned responsibilities are taken care of.
Very good benefits, 2 weeks of sick/personal time as well as vacation time.
HSA or PPO medical, no 401k match or pension benefits. Hours are somewhat flexible and work from home days are an option for most positions. 10 sick days and between 2 and 4 vacation weeks (based on tenure) per year.
Poor quality. No matching 401k. On the upside, it's great that they exist
The health insurance was downgraded after Obamacare was introduced. I had to pay 30 percent of a surgery I had.
No 401k match. No pension. Very good vacation policy.