Their benefit package was excellent for a small firm whose employees were all contractors for a third party. Accrued time off and 401 K
Stsyer used to have one of the best benefit packages among staffing firms in the area. Unfortunately, their health insurance coverage is no longer competitive at all. Frankly, the monthly premiums were the most expensive I've ever heard of, even compared to premium "horror stories" I've seen in the news. I think Steyer tries to do their best, but they are a fairly small pool with a lot of very experienced people (that's a euphemism for older folk). I hope they are planning on addressing this problem, because I think they're going to miss out on a lot of talent if they can't offer better choices for health insurance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.