Great healthcare benefits, occasional free food, social funds for classes and teams to have dinner/spend time/get to know each other outside of work. Automatic contributions to your 401K (no need to match)
Great parental benefits: maternity and paternity leave, adoption assistance, breast milk shipping when traveling, infertility coverage, etc. Nice 401k contribution. Good vacation leave, especially once you've been there a few years
401k, increasing vacation with tenure, great health coverage and 4 months paid maternity leave
They have a strong benefits package from health insurance to 401K. The benefits of a large firm is they have a strong power in the market and reassessed benefits to ensure their employees received the best. Their 401K matching was the best I've had in my career and they understand the importance of employee's having the support they need for their financial future. PTO was comparable to other firms I've worked for. They had unlimited sick days (this may have changed) and you had the flexibility to take time as was needed.
Bain has profit sharing which is unique amongst consulting firms. Very generous component of compensation but only vests after certain period at company.
Great 401k contributions. Excellent health insurance. Lots of perks and programs to support working parents. Parental leave is four months paid. Vacation time is standard.
Incredible healthcare! Unlimited personal and sick leave. Relatively consistent commitment to employee well-being. Good amount of vacation days that increase with tenure.
The Benefits are good. Good comp, good healthcare, 401k matching, all that is fine and competitive for a professional services company.
4.5% 401K contribution regardless of employee contributions. Start with 3 weeks PTO per year, earning more over time
Incredible credit card perks, awesome 401k matching, and some of the best benefits (insurance, health, etc.) that you could imagine. I have status on every airlines and hundreds of thousands of credit card points, plus you don't have to pay for life most of the time.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.