Dental is good -- better than husband's government dental plan.
The benefits are fair and include a range of health insurance choices, dental, vision, etc, as well as 401K. The best thing is the health insurance because it's reasonably priced, all things considered.
Employee contribution was a little higher than some others, but benefits are good
Benefits are pretty good, 20 vacation days if you've been with the company 4+ years (otherwise you get 15). Unlimited vacation for VP's and up. 10 paid sick days a year. Flex work schedule and working from home options available, depending on your supervisor.
Great 401 K and paid time off. Vacation time can carry over and increase the longer you stay with the company
National Geographic Society had great vacation package. Not sure if Partners offers the same since they split from the non-profit organization.
Bad: 401k match is small and you are expected to work from home when using your sick days. TERRIBLE commuter benefits compared to other companies in DC. Good: 15 vacations days that can roll over and two floating holidays that can be used whenever but will not roll over. Decent healthcare and dental. Travel clinic onsite for vaccines. Parental leave for both parents.
$65 per week to reimburse for MetroCard. Use of gym, subsidized food in cafeteria, decent days off, access to lectures.
The best thing about the benefits at Nat Geo was that it was all encompassing and never felt you were getting less than peers at other companies. Additionally, they were very flexible with time off.
No health insurance, no 401(k), no travel reimbursement. Very few benefits for contractors.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.