25 days paid time off for vacation or sick days. Decent work/life balance. Standard benefits for a company of this size.
Not enough insurance options. Benefits knows all illnesses. Including medications taken and diagnosis.
Paid Time Off benefit and the 401k match are both very competitive.
Excellent 401(k) - 100% match on 6%, with immediate vesting. Health insurance is OK - all high-deductible plans with HAAs; prescription coverage is great for preventive drugs.
Not very good health care coverage.
excellent benefit with working at home, 401k match
Good 401K program and comparable insurance rates
There really isn't anything to say other than this is freaking stupid idea to make someone jump thru these hoops just to post a resume.
Big-company benefits including 6% 401k match and Employee Stock Purchase Plan. Horrible interfaces to get anything done - especially - for submitting expenses.
The benefit options were quite extensive - Medical, Dental, Short and Long Term Disability, Vision, Life Insurance, Legal, etc. However, the cost for medical was going up significantly with decreases in coverage and options. I don't think they're unique with this happening, but it was disappointing. 401k matched to 6% as I recall, which was great. You could also purchase stock, however, they are becoming (or have become) privately owned so that will no longer be an option. Paid time off was decent, as was sick pay. Maternity leave was considered short term disability.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.