They match 401k contributions and Diane picks up the cost of most of the benefits for an individual employee.
You don't get 401k until you've worked here for a year. Instead you get the owners emails threatening to take it away.
Benefits package is ok if you are single, if you have a family it is extremely expensive.
No paid parking until you've worked at this company for 3 years. Parking in the area is pretty high. Between $7 - $8 a day. I'd keep that in mind when I'm negotiating salary. Decent number of holidays, even get Columbus day off. Usually they give a couple hours extra off right before a holiday which I think is nice(working 6 hours vs. 8 hours but getting paid 8 hours). They don't give Christmas Eve off, which I think is really kind of crappy of them but you do get the day after Thanksgiving off so there is one guaranteed 4-day weekend in your year. They have about 4 days a year where they provide food. Usually for someone's anniversary, either an employee or company anniversary. (i.e. Naando's, Chinese Food, Donuts, California Tortilla) Health insurance doesn't kick in until you've been there for 6 months. You have to pay for your health insurance and dental but it's not too high (between $20 - 150 a month depending on the level of coverage you select for an individual). Base coverage is $20 a month for individuals. They have a really high deductible set but the company pays your deductible. So that's pretty helpful, at least. Less than a day a month of PTO accrual (3.33 every pay period) and you can't use it until you've been there for 6 months but it accrues during that time. Once you get to your year mark though, it's 4 hours of PTO twice a month accrued. 12 days a year, at that point. We get paid on the 15th and the 31st of every month instead of bi-weekly which most people don't seem to like. Also, they are fairly strict about letting you take time off when you don't have any PTO, which wouldn't be that big of a deal if they actually gave a decent amount of PTO...but if you get sick over flu-season...you probably aren't going to be getting a vacation that year.... No sick leave. PTO and sick leave are counted as one. This is one of my most disliked things about this company. 401K is offered to you after a year at the company but if you fall just short of a year when they do the meeting about it then you can't hop on, until the following year. I wasn't able to take part in it until 2 years at the company. Overall, the benefits package is OK. I mean, it's better than no benefits package at all. However, I think the company could be doing a little more. Especially since the majority of the people who work for them make so little that they have to commute from quite a long way (my commute in good traffic is about 50 minutes and it's still a struggle to find housing that I can afford on the salary that I'm provided). It'd be nice if they at least gave better benefits. If I lived in Bethesda, I'd be perfectly okay with this package, but the sad fact is, very few people who works for this company are going to be able live where they work. If the company is going to pay the salary that they do, and provide this minimal package, I think they really should think of relocating to an area with a parking lot, and lower housing costs. If that's not possible having paid parking and sick leave would be a good start to keeping people around for a little longer. Those are the two benefits missing that effect people the most.
match up to 1% 401k
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.