Good health insurance, dental and disability. This may be changing as open enrollment is coming up. There is a co-pay and other requirements and the benefits are only for full time employees
loss of 50% 401 k match due to cost cutting, then 4 weeks later loss of the other 50% match.
No 401K matches. Just put your money in a savings account.
They removed the 401k match and stopped merit increases for multiple years.
The best thing I liked about benefits was paid vacation, time off and the health insurance, No match of 401K was the worse.
No 401k match No raise in 4+ years, even with a very good review and student recommendations
The company provided good health insurance including coverage for full eye health care plan and a full dental health care plan.
fair benefits package, vacation & paid time off is generous
The 401k is matching up to a specific percent, which is nice. Who doesn't like free money?
After two years, never got a raise. We paid about $300 a month for family insurance with a $7000 deductible, so not very good in my opinion. There were 401k options but no matching. If you participated you put in your own money and that was it. Dental was like $4 a month and hardly covered anything. There were vision options as well that we didn't use. Life insurance I think was a measly $30,000 something like that. That's all I can remember.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.