Salary and their peer review and reward scheme.
Symantec has a standard benefits packages that large organisations normally offer, althouth there are no clear policies regarding flexible working/ work from home. A flexible choice approacg could add more value to the employee and clear policies would help reduce the discrepancy between what you are allowed to do depending on who is your manager.
Ethical and take the high road company. But poor in project management. Death marches, Brook's Law violations, poor planning, lack of technical leadership, which in all result in constant quality issues.
The best thing is the recognition program, you can send colleagues company wide recognition for doing a job well done. From a round of applause to monitory value up to $500 with no limit on how much anyone person can receive in any month or year. The award can be converted into vouchers for many many retail and services companies and is tax free.
Reasonable package. Includes all the standard things you'd expect to see from a largeish company. Healthcare, pension contributions, contribution to a gym subscription etc
Best things are: pension contribution (I contribute 6%, the company adds 9%), income protection is very good (100% for 6 months, then 75% until death or retirement age).
Good Benefits. Though Bupa annual excess was a bit annoying
Symantec offers a generous pension contribution and comprehensive private health cover for the family, including dental for employee. Good holiday allowance. Good life insurance cover.
Usual health, pension and RSU combination from a U.S. employer. No car allowances unless in sales.
Opportunity to get in on the share scheme