Paid time off is a single pool of leave-- 5 hours each pay period (so 10 hours a month, or 3 weeks a year). There are pros and cons to this, but mostly it seems to result in people working through illness so they will be able to go on vacation. 3% automatic contribution to 401(k) for every hire, fully vested. RJTR also allows for a pretty flexible schedule, including 4 hours per pay period that can move around to accommodate for appointments or illness. It's a great solution that especially seems to help parents. It would be better if remote working was more accepted, but there seems to be concern that if people aren't sitting at their desk, they won't do their work. It's an outdated idea, but I would never call RJTR a progressive firm. Can't comment on the insurance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.