Employment Benefits Package

An employee’s benefits package will vary from company to company. It is important to note that companies are not obligated to offer all or any of these benefits, unless they are legally bind to do so.


Common Benefits

Most companies offer some of the benefits listed below.

  • Health Insurance, Dental/Vision Insurance

  • Retirement (ex. 401K)

  • Life Insurance

  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

  • Health Savings Account (HSA)

  • Paid Vacation and Sick Time, Paid Holidays

  • Paid Medical Leave

  • Flexible Schedules, Remote Schedules

  • Stock Options

  • Commuter assistance, Relocation assistance

  • Maternity / Paternity leave

Non-Common Benefits

In addition to common benefits, many companies offer non-common benefits to differentiate themselves and to offer more compelling packages.


Here are non-common “perks” offered by several top companies.

  • PwC: $1,200 per year for student loan debt reimbursement.

  • Adobe: Entire company shuts down for one week in December and one week during the summer.

  • Netflix: 1 year paid maternity/paternity leave for new parents.

  • Twitter: 3 catered meals a day, onsite acupuncture.

  • Google: If employee is deceased, 50% of the salary for the next 10 years is provided to the surviving spouse or partner.

  • Facebook: $4,000 for employees with a newborn.

  • Walt Disney Company: Free admission to parks for employees, friends, and family. Discounts on hotels and merchandise.










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