Very competitive PTO, health insurance and 401k plans.
Full health, dental, life and other perks
Overall, the benefits are good, however, at least for me personally the medical coverage for family does seem fairly expensive. But there are a few options to choose from so that is a good thing to taken into account.
The worst is that the company subsidy for PPO is low. I suppose they make up for it with higher-than industry standard pay, which gives you more choice in how you would like to manage your benefits.
Wide range of benefits from work from home arrangements, to flexible scheduling to 401k matching, to PTO, sabbatical, short and long term disability. Multiple options for health insurance from cheap to Cadillac. Can't think of a benefit that isn't available.
16 hours of paid time to volunteer in the community. STD and life insurance are paid by the company. Standard suite of medical, dental, vision, ad&D, 401k, etc. On site fitness center.
401K, PTO, Medical, Vision, Dental, Life Insurance, Short-Term Disability, Long Term Disability. All pretty standard, expensive since this is a mid-sized company. Work from Home opportunity of 3 days a week.
Flexible workplace program is extremely valuable.
The lowest tier--$0 out of pocket expenses--provided excellent medical, dental, and vision insurance. 100% 401(k) company matching (I think up to 5% of your monthly income). Generous PTO that rolled over each year, but additional PTO specifically set aside for volunteer opportunities. Most managers were will to pay for professional development opportunities like conferences or specific work-related courses to improve skills you needed for your job.
I cannot say because i was an intern and did not receive benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.