They just give us multiple opportunities and chances to have many benefits and everything. It is all mainly on you though, they are not going to hold your hand.
Best thing is the military leave benefit, besides o.k. pto. Worst thing is lack of commuter reimbursement. Wage Works which deducts money out of your gross pay to save on taxes doesn't count.
Insurance was extremely expensive, and they continued to raise the rates. Bonuses became very selective and small.
As an intern, I don't think there are benefits or maybe there were but I didn't read them
If you don't elect to have short-term disability you will not get paid maternity leave or paternity leave. Unfortunately you will have to use your PTO which isn't a lot if you haven't been with the company for along time.
High medical deductible. Relatively low salaries.
They only offer a 4% 401k match and there is no additional vacation time after so many years of service
Standard health insurance and retirement plans, and some kind of employee / owner private stock options. Couldn't sell the stock in public markets.
9 standard holidays (does NOT include Friday after Thanksgiving); 2 weeks vacation to start (3 weeks after year four, and 4 weeks after year ten); 401K has $1/$1 match up to 3% and $0.50/$1 up to 6%); health insurance is average (which means poor since ObamaCare); NO BONUSES; raises average 1% and in recent years maxed out at 2% according in management
Health insurance through Vanguard, or BCBS. Can even have health insurance for your cat or dog...no joke. Also have 401k, and a unique benefit of what essentially boils down to short term disability funds.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.