Competitive within the industry, but healthcare benefit provider can change each fiscal year, so it depends. You start accruing your vacation time after 6 months of employment (downside), the first year you barely have a week.
Good benefits, great discount, friendly work environment, most people are really nice!
Benefits seem to be a standard offer. Insurance coverage starts within a decent amount of time after hire. Minimum annual vacation days are 3 to 4 weeks based on your level.
Health insurance, 401k,life insurance, visions,,and dental
Medical benefits, Dental and 401k benefits offered are fairly standard. HMO, PPO and Flex Spending Accounts options.
They offer retirement, great employee sales, but the health insurance is expensive
Company phone is an iPhone, it's a perk, although I don't need that kind of thing, but good to have anyways. I never got a name tag. My coworkers did and they hadn't been there as long as I had and they were distributed ot them right in front of me. Again very strange.
PTO doesn't accrue for first 6 mos.
Unused vacation hours can no longer be carrier over from one fiscal year to the next.
The best part is having a 401k and them matching up to 6%. The worst part is vacation days do not roll over into the next year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.