Lots of vacation days plus 10 holidays paid. Company is now public so you can see the financials.
3% match on 401k, lots of time off, and good health insurance through select health. Unfortunately not a lot of opportunities to use the time off in my department. Others were constantly out of the office as well which was an unfortunate downside to the time off. There used to be even more benefits with huge company parties and mixers, but those were going away for the most part the year I left (last year).
There are no benefits. This is a commissions only position. You file a 1099.
Zero flexibility of your work schedule. For example, if you have to leave 15 min early for your doctor appointment, you HAVE to use your sick/vacation time. Ridiculous! However, if you kiss your boss's butt, you can leave early anytime or take 2-3 hrs lunch without using any of your sick/vacation time. Also, they give you all 15 vacation days at the beginning of the year. However, if you quit before using all your vacation days, your manager CAN deny your vacation request (lets say you have 10 days left) and make you work until your last day of work. So use all your vacation days before you quit! One more thing, never work for their Finance department!! They work you like a slave and do NOT compensate you well (but they think they pay you a million dollar a day!)
Free gym membership, Free products
Time off was very difficult to earn and use properly
Standard package; it's not great but it's not bad either. They offered a flex account which worked out well for me.
The best is they try to keep the cost down and will let you use parts of the benny package and not have to have all or nothing.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.