It's Stanford University's so it's pretty comprehensive.
good vacation time and good health benefits. Good work-life balance. There are some other benefits coming from Stanford University like the public transportation pass
Health insurance, 24/7 gym, daycare, flexible, helpful.
401K matching is great, has a great gym, sports classes, dance lessons
Fairly good health care at Stanford Health Alliance at a rate of $15/month (used to be free). Pretty good 401k (called something else here) matching. Good number of vacation days and PTO.
401k, free Kaiser insurance, access to Stanford's benefits including pools, gyms, libraries, and a pretty sweet set of educational deals
Intern so not applicable for full time benefits. I am not aware of full time benefits.
Stanford University pays 50% of the University's tuition each year for children of employees (up to 4 years)
Health, dental, employer contribution to 403b plan, generous sick leave, vacation. Ability to work from home.
The standard benefits are excellent: vacation, 403b plan with employer matching, health insurance, etc. There are several Stanford staff perks as well (tuition assistance, continued education, access to university daycare centers, etc)! The benefits are wonderful and deserve 5 stars. However, there are less-formal perks that are not uniformly available. It can be frustrating when some groups allow working from home part-time using an honesty policy, while other groups mandate regular business hours. These perks come/go as management changes; enjoy the flexibility while you can. It's not an official benefit; it's up to the immediate supervisor.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.