Low-standard for the industry. The health insurance is run through Nippon Life and is very Japanese so expect some challenges when actually using it. There are 2 monthly company lunches and free snacks every day. Schedule is flexible as long as you're available during core hours. They are willing to work with you on work from home as needed.
The company is considering a 401K, but it will most likely be no-match. Free snacks that we are allowed to give input on every month. No actual sick days. PTO is on a earned/accrued basis instead of fixed, which is not industry standard. No working from home. Medical insurance is a pain to process, and doesn't cover mental health related doctors unless it's a very specific type of referral. A small portion of commuting costs is reimbursed once a month, but it doesn't cover it all if you live further than 2 train stops away.
The worst thing for most employees is that they are hourly workers and have to clock in and out on a time clock.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.