While I left in 2012, the benefits package was extremely generous - especially the 401(k) match, as it was something north of 10% if you took full advantage of it. At Pew you'll be very well taken care of.
401k, vacation and low cost health care were the best.
Retirement package is good (tops out at 11% match). Health plans are OK - they've declined in quality since I joined. Vacation and time off policy is good. Dental OK.
Fantastic benefits, from commuter benefits, generous employer matching (and then some) for the 401k, bike room, gym, medical, etc.
Shrinking - 401k contributions, maternity leave, health benefits recently cut
401K matching is very generous
The best thing about the benefits package is the automatic 6% employer-paid contribution to employees 401k account (as long as the employee kicks in 6%), PLUS the additional 6% they pay in (which is voted on by the Board every year) - that is 12% of salary that Pew pays in...how often does this happen? Great vacation, sick, and personal time off too!
The 401(k) program is outstanding. Have not seen better anywhere else. Would say the same for health benefits as well.
best = 2x matching funds for charitable donations and a very good health care plan
Top-tier health care; additional funds employees could put toward dependent care, health services (including gym memberships), or in lieu of having an FSA; charitable gift matching at low minimum ($25 in 2012); high matching on 401k (two year 100% vesting).