The benefits package is extremely comprehensive- about 40% of your salary is matched in benefits coverage, and you can choose from a variety of packages. There are excellent pension and retirement options as well.
Pension. Healthcare options Disability insurance
The maternity leave is not the best
Great vacation, cons is you only become vested in the pension after 5 years, with no option to not contribute if you do not plan on working that long.
Great PTO. A company that still offers a pension although in current years you must contribute a portion of your salary toward it.
Flexible work due to the ability to work remotely, which is good and bad. Able to take time off as needed as long as you are delivering.
Tuition and Fee Remission is great, but the pay is not high enough.
I didn't get benefits as a student work-study.
Part time job with good hourly pay
Benefits package is pretty great if you have a full family on your plan (very low premiums, good coverage), but the individual premiums are not even close to industry standards compared to the (rather low) coverage level. As of 2016, the pension plan got significantly worse (after also getting worse in 2013), so this will likely continue. They do now offer a very good 401(k) alternative (match up to 7%, vest after one year), but you have to choose that as a new hire. Vacation and sick leave accrue VERY slowly.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.