Time off is great. Three weeks to start with several paid holidays and floating holidays. Increases to 4 weeks after 5 years. Maternity is paid in full for 12 weeks. Health benefits are average.
Vacation and time off is great. 401k matching is about same as most companies this size. Benefits (employee cost) are a a little high compared to companies this size.
very good time off policy and benefits
Decent benefits package includes health, dental, vision, 401k. Great perks and amenities: volunteer time off, generous charitable matching, on-site Caribou Coffee, convenience store, walking paths
Excellent time off: Max of 5 weeks vacation (max of 4 weeks for newer employees), 4 personal days, 6 sick days, 2 volunteer days. All days are "use it or lose it" by year end, and most people do use most or all of their time off.
Company offered generous Paid Time Off policy, and Work At Home policy (depending on the team). They also provided a 401K plan with a standard match for full time employees.
There are 3 tiers for health insurance and all are very good but also slightly expensive. They offer a good package for retirement and stock purchases as well.
Best is employee stock option purchasing. The worse is health care insurance.
Thomson has great benefits-PTO, volunteer days, 401K matching, etc. The worst is they no longer offer their pension and now layoff many employees who were grandfathered into the pension.
The health Insurance package is pretty good. But I am part of the New Guild so I don't know it that makes things different from the rest of the company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.