A beautiful business model that has a strong focus on women's health. Beyond that it's hard to find anything great about the company other than wonderful staff members that really want the company to succeed. The benefits are on par with industry. 18 PTO days when you start, but that includes sick days and doesn't include holiday pay, which is taken from your PTO.
I'll go down the ratings.
Career opportunities - Very low. No room for advancement unless someone quits, which happens very frequently. However, if you're under someone that doesn't want to move then good luck; you're stuck. There is no advancement program, no job shadowing, no growth, and worst of all, no one-on-one meetings. You have no idea how you're doing.
Compensation & Benefits - Good health benefits. PTO is average to industry, but nothing worth going for. Compensation is below average.
Work/Life Balance - Upper management doesn't care about your life. I've gotten calls at midnight or even 2 am to fix a non-issue. Most mid-level people and up will work on their vacations. Part of this is the lack of delegation: no one trusts others to help them with their jobs.
Senior Management - I think the points above covers fine. They're friendly people, sure, but they have no idea what it takes for a business to succeed. Everything is a fire - there is no "non-fire." Yet, they encourage a proactive environment, but turn down any proactive possibilities. It's a reactive environment that is very hostile to work in, disabling any REAL work from being accomplished on a day-to-day basis. I haven't heard metrics, data analysis, process improvement, or cost reduction in over the year I've been here. No one will listen to numbers that matter and it will ultimately kill the business.
Culture & Values - No need to expand on this. The values are constantly taught, but I've never seen anyone in management do the walk; it's all talk.