Allowing students to work part time while in school as interns is a huge deal. With this, I'm able to work in an environment that is relevant to my field rather than at some random place
I liked getting discounts at stores around town, and all the free t-shirts. Got lots of free food and occasional chair massages too.
The best thing about the benefits is that HR does a great job of explaining what is available. There are in person sessions with HR representatives and video tutorials. VU does a great job of this. The retirement matching benefits aren't great.
Best things: Free gym membership, dental plan is fine, 401k/IRA account matching (even if it is pretty small), PTO is decent Worst things: medical plans, vesting after 6 years
They do a 401k match, every now and then they will just randomly put some more money into everyone's 401k. Health benefits are top notch and there are many options to pick that suit you and your family's needs. No complaints at all!
Vacation Time. Flexible hours. Awesome company kitchen and fully stocked fridge and pantry. Great pay and culture.
After my employment was terminated, I saw that the $1,000 that the company generously put into my 401k account was no longer there so it was a huge disappointment since I was not informed of that.
Good amount of vacation from very early on in employment. Health, dental, vision insurance to choose from with multiple plan options. Great 401K with company match.
401k is a joke. Matching capped at $1200 or so, contributed annually, 5 year vest, crappy investment options.
Well the interns don't get very many benefits, just a 401 K matching plan, and a few discounts from certain businesses. Full time employees have pretty good compensation packages.