Offer great health insurance in addition to a tax free deduction from paycheck for public transportation
Good health insurance, retirement, contribute to metro card. teleworking and flex time fairly common.
The benefits are very generous with low premium and is without a doubt one of the best perks of working at World Wildlife Fund
Best thing is the breadth and comprehensive nature of offering. Worst thing is the cumbersome software through which employees must navigate.
Fantastic benefits, including a great PPO, dental and even acupuncture is covered. Other great things includecompressed work week and flexible hours.
every other friday off, option to buy one week additional vacation, generous 403b
time off, flexible hours......health insurance, 401K, fitness center....
Best: pretty thorough package which is comforting considering you never know what could happen... Especially if you travel a lot internationally for work. Worst- dealing with our HR department.
Best perk by far is Panda Friday, i.e. condensed work week with every other Friday off. Flexibility is great, too. Excellent matching on 403b, too (non-profit version of the 401k).
WWF has a great benefits package, particularly with regards to family leave (especially maternity leave) and other benefits for the family (FSA for healthcare and dependent care). Additionally, there is a gym in the building open for use by employees. People work on a compressed work week, so every other Friday (Panda Friday) the office is closed.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.