They paid a good amount yearly towards the benefits.
No perks, I believe there is a 401K, the health coverage is horrendous., and PTO is a joke. Oh, and no excused absences EVER. No documentation from doctors/hospitals or anything is accepted. Although you are supposed to be given 5 sick days per year by Philadelphia law, those are non-existant.
Health insurance is fully paid by the firm, my experience with the insurance was that is was average. Paid time off is a joke, you get penalized if you use it. I did not participate in the 401k although I believe they had one.
Flexibility and affordability, especially for those who have families
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.