Everything was covered, definitely the gold standard. I have a friend who is in benefits at another company and she was impressed
Oracle matches up to 6% or your contribution, so that is nice.
Health insurance is in my opinion very good. The 401K matching is only 6% up to a certain amount so not exactly competitive. Vacation is now unlimited and usually there is no issue taking a few days off as long as you're not planning on taking several weeks in a row.
Very complete benefits package.
Several health care options to choose from, so easy to find one that fits your needs. I am familiar with UHC, and it's coverage was very good. Many other insurance options as well. Many jobs offer employees the ability to work from home. They have a gym on site with exercise equipment, classes available, as well as personal trainers. One negative is on the profit sharing bonuses - if you are a non-exempt employee, you are not included in company profit sharing bonuses. They figure you get your bonus by working overtime, while exempt (salaried) employees get the bonus regardless of whether they work more than normal hours or not. Performance bonuses seem to be somewhat hard for managers to get approved through upper executives, so definitely not a yearly expectation regardless of whether your performance review is excellent.
Oracle has the standard benifits package with some 401k matching, health insurance. It recently went to "unlimited vacation" (subject to manager approval and project impact). This unlimited vacation could be heaven or hell. Prior to this Oracle offered a max of 18 days of vacation.
Subpar ESPP (5% discount on the very last day of each period), average 401K (3% match)
Some people get bonuses based on performances they do not deserve, and other do not get bonuses based on performances they do deserve
Very good health, dental and vision care. Converted to unlimited vacation. Used to be18 days for employees with 5 year or more services.
There aren't many benefits except for 401k match.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.