Benefits are pretty typical like other companies in all aspects; nothing is extra ordinary. They do offer funds towards education but not as much as other companies that I have worked for. Professional development is being encouraged recently. They also offer bonus at the end of year which is the same for everyone (or that's what the manager say) and also has a healthy well maintained 401K plan. You can also get discounts at health clubs, heath programs from the insurance company etc. Health insurance is very good with affordable premiums (there is extra fees for smokers) and is widely accepted in tri-state health providers. There is a gym on site with stationary exercise equipment's. 2 weeks to start with for vacation, 2 personal days and 8 sick days. They have a policy that basically dictates that if you get hired after June 1st, you will basically not be able to take any time off till you reach your 1 year milestone. Having a healthy work and family balance, it is very important that any new employees discuss this with HR before signing on to negotiate.
Best is summer hours where you work longer Monday - Thursday and have alternate Fridays off. All other benefits are shrinking from compensation, to health plan and 401K.
The worst thing is since the new management
Compension package was a good one. I would say either equal or better than other similar companies. Since new CEO every compensation item, raises, bonuses, insurance contributions, insurance co pays, insurance prescriptions, vacations, and anyway the employee either pays more and offered less is the new practice. All employees are talking about the downward spiral for the last two years, since new CEO.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.