Multiple options for 401k and very good insurance benefits.
Very limited health benefits, no paid time off, no other real benefits to my knowledge
The worst thing is that they don't offer benefits to fellows. It's difficult to be working full time but can't even contribute to an IRA because you're paid by stipend. We can't even prepare for retirement. They don't offer health insurance or other benefits. They only make it seem like they have health insurance but actually they only pay it by deducting the full amount from your stipend. Lastly they dont give enough days off.
good health insurance, but did not get the dental and eye insurance. no retirement fund.
You are a postdoctoral fellow, so the only benefit is health insurance. This is good for a postdoc, but not for someone with more experience
Worst: no PTO, no retirement matching, rudimentary health care, no disability, no remote work, you only receive sick leave if the state that you work in requires it (for ex. DC requires employees have sick leave, Virginia does not)
Flexible work schedules is an asset. Bad thing is the small concept about how to do business.
Great benefits, though I wish the insurance wasn't PPO.
Good insurance, full cover, dental, vision.
Only offering was lowest possible health insurance plan for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee (the job was in DC). Terrible coverage, but at least premiums were low.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.