Comprehensive Benefits package - 401k match, stock options, health and dental insurance, etc.
Tuition Assistance Program pays for undergrad degree program only.
Employee perks, free food, coffee, monthly social, travel to HQ. 401k matching is good, standard for the industry. You are vested in your 401k right away. All employees get a stock grant which vests over 4 years.
Unlimited PTO, FSA, HSA, 401k, Discounted Stock Purchase Plan, etc. Too many excellent benefits to list them all here.
The health benefits are average; they'll tell you the bonus % but it can be much less than what they tell you. 401k is average. You have to wait 4 years before you can get your equity. They'll tell you that you can work from home, but some people can and some can't.
Perks, 401K, ESPP, Insurance are good, base salary is quite low.
significant stock grant that is vested over a 4-year period, remote employment, Flexible Time Off for exempt employees (no accrual, you just request whatever time off you want with your manager - the company knows we will get our work done - so they don't need to have an established vacation/sick time limit), annual bonus, eligible for 401K after 3 months - employer match it 100% vested immediately, employee stock ownership plan.
Comprehensive and generous benefits package. Only thing major that is lacking is maternity and paternity leave.
ESPP, Paternity Leave, 401K match upto 3%, Flexible work hours,
They gave me just the laptop and gave it back when they fired me. They had some celebrations and events which were good, for example I took part in on of their Golf events.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.