The worst thing is no 401K match, otherwise the benefits are standard for big companies
Benefits are exceptionally high priced for employees and any vacation time accrued while employed is NOT paid out upon separation/termination. NKF tries to get over on their employees every chance they get.
Nobody uses the Newmark healthcare plans if their partner is employed. The plans are very expensive, and the company actually charges you MORE if your partner can get benefits from their employer. It is important to know this in advance, because HR is always late starting their benefit election period, so you can't risk waiting around to see what the plans will be. My partner's election period closes weeks before Newmarks. There is no 401k match, and most performance bonuses are in the form of restricted stock that don't vest for several years.
No 401K match program. High deductible/contribution healthcare plans. Stocks used instead of bonuses.
Benefits cost to employees are a little higher than other companies in the area.
Benefits were in line with other companies - comprehensive, slightly expensive.
I negotiated three weeks vacation. However, there was no 401(k), only stock options with parent company. Insurance benefits did not kick in for more than two months.
Benefits are standard, they do contribute to HSA.
The benefits are pretty standard compared to other companies. I pay about $150 per month for my health insurance.
The vacation and personal time is standard two weeks vacation, two personal days, two floating holidays. You have sick time. The health insurance is not great and there is no matching 401k. Some company perks, for example they have a yearly six flags trip for employee plus 6 family members, must rsvp to not be left out.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.