Affordable health care plans, a large amount of paid time off, occasional perks like lunch provided by the company or gift card giveaways
Good work-life balance, able to work from home/come and leave early, etc. if needed. Managers tend to be understanding.
It is pretty decent - nothing to write home about
Current 401k match at 4% with ability to save up to maximum dollar amount.
PTO, medical, dental and vision is the best out there!
Comprehensive package for remote employees
The benefits are pretty good. The health insurnace is pretty basic though.
Unpaid maternity (besides short term disability pay) and no paternity. Good PTO (but expected to be used as part of mat-leave)
Different departments have different ideas of when employees should log time off, so even though the time off package is generally the same for all employees, how much you use really depends on whether you work in a department with relaxed or rigid upper managers. Good 401k with some company matching. Good bonus for those who have been here for a while. It is not continued for new employees although a higher salary makes up for it. Some departments have very little room for upward mobility and are cliquey - not uncommon for good workers to be skipped around promotion time. Morale is a focus in some departments but others treat employees as replaceable. Can work from home occasionally depending on department.
Benefits package is average for the industry but health insurance offering is a bit expensive.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.