some things the company pays for but not all
The best benefits are flexible work schedule, 401k plan, paid time off and the pay. I have no real negative thing to say about the benefits package.
The 401K is slightly below industry standard, but you are instantly vested. No real discount program, which is typical of small firms.
PTO accruals are fairly competitive.
PTO was severely lacking. Web site is misleading. CEO "did not want to implement LGBT benefits because it was costly." Harassment, intimidation, and retaliation at all levels. Happy hours were considered a benefit.
Pros: The health, dental and vision plans offered were great, as were the tuition and training reimbursement programs (PMP certification, six sigma, master's degree in field relative to position, etc.). They even paid for membership to relevant memberships societies and organizations. It was nice to be able to come in between 8 and 9 and leave between 4 and 5, and the organization was very flexible with leaving early/coming in late for appointments or extenuating circumstances, and for scheduling vacations and so on. You weren't really expected to stay longer than 40 hours a week, except when there was a project deadline that was coming up and work that needed to be done, but that wasn't too frequently. There were after hours events like happy hours and fishing trips and a company Christmas party, etc. Cons: There wasn't really an opportunity to work from home. They have since taken that off of their website, but it was on there for awhile, so that felt a little like false advertising to many candidates/employees I'm sure. But hours, and supervisors, were flexible, and the vacation policy was relatively decent, so for the most part, there was give and take between employees and employer.
Great health/medical; Very good professional development/training benefits although you have to stay for 3 years in order not to pay back. 401-K is average; PTO is average for the industry; Tele-work not an option
Great health insurance - paid time off is not that great.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.