One of the best things is being able to work remotely
They do a good job of selecting options that work for the diverse, geographically dispersed workforce, and avoiding a one-size-fits-all approach.
Pretty much industry standard - 2 weeks vacation, 401K and decent medical
Good personal time off (no separate sick leave), generous retirement contributions, fair medical/dental premiums (though co-pays have been increasing for medical specialists), small gym on the main campus, flex accounts for medical or day care expenses, subsidized day care tuition for income-qualifying staff. Employee assistance program. Assistance with adoption costs.
Great coverage, health dental and 401k
13 hours of PTO accumulated per month. 8 holidays plus 2 floating holidays. Work from home opportunities depend on the team you are on.
4 weeks of PTO, increases after 10 years. 8 holidays, 2 floating days. Company contributes 8% to retirement plan. Insurance is affordable, several options.
No benefits for part time employees.
Great package, Time off, 401k
Vacation allowance is reasonably generous, if you get the chance to take it! The company is also willing to do "flex time" if you've worked a huge number of extra hours. Hours and work locations can also be very flexible, which is great for parents. Maternity/Paternity leave are abysmal/non-existent.