four months paid maternity leave which is great, doesn't provide equal paternity leave. There is a 401K program, but they don't match it.
Best Thing: 23 PTO days to start, and more the longer you've been with the company Worst Thing: No 401K matching
Best: ample amount of PTO especially if you have a tenure at the company. Flexibility to work from home when needed. Worst: does not match 401K or offer profit sharing.
No help with retirement via contributions, they try and push you into HSAs but they do provide a decent amount of time off.
I did not really have access to benefits as an intern.
401k, good health benefits
Couldn't see my own doctor.
The PTO package is pretty standard in the agency world (no sick days or personal days - it's all PTO), benefits are just ok and they keep changing companies as the cost inches up. There is no 401K match program, no option to gain equity, and no other retirement options. There is a small performance bonus, but the parameters for this are very gray (as with a lot of other things in the company like promotions, raises, etc.).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.