20 vacation days. Decent medical. Decent 401k. Other benefits could improve.
401K - I would rate 7/10 taking into account the employer contributions and the investment plans available to choose from. Health insurance - decent enough (standard PPO, HMO with monthly premium) - 7/10 Benefits - Sick leave is part of PTO (that's shocking !!) - 4/10. No lunch catered but lots of parties every now and then. Lots of fun events and a good relaxed work environment. Good culture and very flexible. Paternity/maternity leave policy is too bad (total 7 weeks including CA state funded leave policy) !! Bonuses suck - 4/10, base is not impressive at all (wont make the cut for top 50% of the companies in the bay area for the same designation and experience I guess).
You can work from home 2-3 days a week, as long as you get your job done.
Vacation benefit is the best
Health insurance is quite expensive but Dental and Vision are good. My manager is very accommodating with taking vacation days. Work from home is not encouraged but it is possible when sick or having to be home for another reason.
Since the acquisition by SS&C, the benefit offerings continue to be reduced with no new enhancements.
Rich benefits package outside of core benefits such as health and life insurance or 401k. Employee oriented company.
A lot of people on here commenting that the 401k plan got worse after the acquisition. This would only be the case if you make over 133k a year. The match is 50% up to a dollar amount. So depending on what the dollar amount represents as part of your salary, it may have gotten worse, or better. In my case the acquisition resulted in a much higher 401k match. Additionally, with Fidelity, some of the plans got more expensive, but if you're doing index funds they actually have some that are lower fees than Vanguard.
Several choices and price points in terms of healthcare and dental. Optional vision care, which is nice. There could be a few more things covered but overall this is above average.
once SS&C acquired Advent, we lost a lot of perks and pay higher prices for insurance
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.