401k, vacation days, sick leave, employee stock plan
The insurance is crappy and the bonuses are seemingly determined more by how much the senior management likes you than how much you work.
401K; 10 sick days per year.
Solid 401k - 4% fixed contribution and 50% match up to 6%. Decent health care packages, not the best but pretty good. Decent vacation days (usually start with 15 + 2 personal days) and sick days (10) and 10 company holidays.
Comprehensive package yet a fairly standard one
Great benefits. 401k and pension were very positive. Health insurance offered many good options, but unfortunately at the time there was no employer HSA contribution. Dental insurance was excellent. Automatically opted into basic life insurance plan plus there was an additional optional plan, as well as accident insurance. Legal assistance, pet insurance, etc.
Excellent benefits relatively family friendly
No specification of bonus calculation
Premiums have increased dramatically since Obamacare. Here are the four options for 2016: - $350 Deductible, $94 bi-weekly premiums, 20% co-pay, $2,000 out-of-pocket-maximum - $800 Deductible, $70 bi-weekly premiums, 20% co-pay, $2,400 out-of-pocket-maximum - $1,500 Deductible, $40 bi-weekly premiums, 20% co-pay, $3,000 out-of-pocket-maximum - $2,500 Deductible, $17 bi-weekly premiums, 30% co-pay, $4,500 out-of-pocket-maximum
Lot of options for healthcare insurance, 6% matching for 401k, generous paid vacation days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.