Aside from the cost of insurance going up every year, the benefits at Rodale were pretty great (until the company began hemorrhaging money, then they closed the on-site gym and cut back on the on-site cafe).
good health and dental coverage
Medical benefits are good, they offer a high deductible plan with health savings account. PTO is good after a number of years of service. Very minimal sick days. Did have an in house gym, but that is now closed.
The health insurance is pretty good, yearly check-ups are covered as well as most medications. When the company was actually making money, massages and acupuncture were even included (but not anymore).
best: in office health checkups (including skin cancer screenings), 401k, health and wellness classes and events
Great benefits generous vacation time
Generous 401K matching program; access to onsite gym and walking trail.
Used to have better perks. Working from home is looked down upon. Terrible work/life balance.
Had to pay a small amount for health insurance, more for dental and vision, good amount of vacation days, when working late dinner was paid for by the company
Best things: Great health insurance options with top name insurer, up to 3% contribution to 401(k), substantial number of days off--total number of days allotted are to be used for vacation, sick time, and personal days. Very well organized and attentive benefits administration. Worst things: No real perks other than free yoga classes, which are given during the day when employees are working. Occasional discounts on merchandise sold on the company website. $25 gift card at Thanksgiving was taken away.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.