The benefits at frog are awesome! In particular, the health benefits at frog are extremely comprehensive and affordable - I feel well covered.
Great benefits for a mid-size company. Family leave, 401k, healthcare and snacks daily! Tough to find a comparable package from competitors (even those with a bigger footprint).
Benefits are pretty good, everything I need as a person on the younger side is paid for by the company and we have commuter benefits which are awesome. It helps make up a little bit for the lack of a performance based compensation package.
A great work life balance.
Really good benefits for the company size! Medical through Kaiser or United with premiums mostly covered. Vision and Dental covered by frog for employee. Commuter benefits with 50% matching/company paid. 401k Matching without cliffs. 3 Weeks PTO on year 1 and increases at year 3, plus a lot of holidays. Flexible work environment and can WFH sometimes. Ability to do some travel with work, both nationally and internationally. Charitable donation matching at 50%. Summer Fridays where you can leave at 12pm - as long as client work allows. Holiday shut down between Xmas Even through New Years, and the time wasn't taken out of PTO last year. Coffee Time gatherings at 4pm. Company paid child-care contributions of 25% up to 5k per year. 1k bonus for purchasing a fuel efficient vehicle. Maternity and Paternity leave. Coffee in the kitchen from top notch places like Blue Bottle, Counter Culture, Stumptown etc. 1 paid volunteer day per year. Dog friendly work place a couple days per week.
The hours can be very flexible for families, allowing working from home and the ability to leave work early to pick up kids. This did not apply to me, as I don't have children, but I saw the benefits happen for people who did.
401k match and fairly good work/life balance.
401k matching was considered a "bonus." Matching only happened when the company had a good year, and was very low (i.e. 1%)
frog has better benefits than anywhere I have worked and attempts to take care of their employees.
The biggest con of the benefits at frog were that they did not have any stock incentives as they were not a publicly traded company. While the benefits did not compare to what I hear from large tech companies I will say that I was very happy with he health insurance plans and 401k matching while I was work. While I don't remember the specifics of the 401k matching (and it probably has changed) I do remember that it was quite generous. I am not sure if frog still offers bonuses but when I left they had just stopped offering bonuses (unless you're in a managerial role) and instead raised the salaries to be more competitive within the Bay Area employment market.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.