The pros are it covers a lot of terms.
Overall the benefits are okay. The salary and medical are a bit subpar (especially med plans). But somewhat mitigated by having a pleasant and casual environment as well as reasonable work/life balance. Vacation time is pretty good too.
PTO is decent, 401k and HSA match available, but the health insurance plans are abysmal if you're not a young healthy single person.
Generous vacation time/sick leave. Insurance is very expensive. Free salad bar lunch and on-site gym.
The health benefits are pretty great if your single, but if you have a family it gets expensive quick.
Flexible schedule and good amount of vacation/sick hours. Free lunch is an added bonus.
They offer a really bad dental plan with only mediocre health insurance.
They demand a 30 day notice when quitting. If thirty days are not given then you will not be considered for re-hire and you will not be paid any PTO that you have accrued and not yet used.
No work from home option (except CRAs). Insurance costs are high and coverage is mediocre. Vacation time is insufficient and only increases once after 5 years of employment; no incentive to stay with company longer.
Great plans for one person, but when you start adding spouses or children it can get extremely expensive. However, they do have domestic partnership benefits, so that's great. Great time off and free lunches every day. Also has a gym free to all staff and crossfit and zumba classes free to employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.