Medical/dental/vision benefits are expensive (at least at the employee + family level). Have to wait 3 years for full vesting in 401K. Number of vacation days is just ok.
Pay was decent but there were no long term incentives (stock, options, etc...) at my level
A good amount of PTO and great medical insurance.
Health care and 401K were both fairly good. I would have hoped the 401K matching was a bit better. There are some other great benefits though, such as tuition reimbursement, adoption assistance, and summer days (allowing employees to work flexible hours), for example. As with any large company, in order to find out about a lot of benefits, a certain amount of digging on the employee's part is necessary.
Excellent medical, dental, and 401K.
during the summer months, the company will implement summer hours flex
Stock options, 401k plan, Good medical
Standard benefits are "ok"/industry average for publishing. The upside is when the company is doing well, the bonus program is quite good. Unfortunately, that hasn't been the case for a number of years now. For tech staff, the low bonus funding results in lower than market total comp.
As a part-time employee, there are no benefits offered. They do state they withhold federal income tax, which is helpful. Also there is the option to set your own hours which is great. They also offere paid training.
A complete waste of my time and effort. Nothing promised was actually done. Management expected all the concessions to be made by employee. Trust was a real issue.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.