Worst: "Flex" vacation. No vacation accrual. One can take vacation only if approved by manager.
Fantastic benefits package. I have Health, Vision and Dental for my family and it is affordable and high quality.
They provided a full amount of benefits, I thought they were all adequate
Solid benefits package that is in line with the rest of the industry. It has everything a US-based employee would expect, but nothing more.
Best insurance I’ve ever had. Very low cost with low deductible. 401k match was low with a 5 year vestment period. The only matched 50% with a 3% max. Very little vacation, but unlimited sick time.
When I go in to see a doctor, I always get comments like "you have really good insurance". Prices have gone up and there is a deductible, but much better than what I've read about other companies in recent years. Yes, benefits are not the same as they used to be, but that is the trend everywhere it seems. I was paying $450/mo for coverage that Cobra charges $1450/mo for. 401K is 3% match when you contribute 6%. Fees are low, with lots of low fee investment options. Vacation has changed to what they call "unlimited", but it became harder to get approved for vacation time. Time will tell how well the new system works, most folks are still burning off old accrued vacation hours. Work from home 1 day a week is generally approved, and flexible start times are generally approved as long as you are there for core work hours.
Things like deductibles and coverage are getting worse but still better than many other employers.
Oracle matches up to 6% or your contribution, so that is nice.
Able to work from home whenever I want, decent 401k matching and the company offers unlimited PTO very recently.
Stock ESPP plan uses lower than average industries percentage for employee to acquire, there is definitely a room to improve.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.