the best thing is they have flexible working hours and working from home options; the worst thing is, maybe its not bad thing as its still benefits. Employee has 10% off when buying certain things on the platform, but max is 100 pounds/annual
You get paid a small amount working for the second most valuable company in the world.
Private health insurance, Flexi emergency hours
Shares help with additional money, however take between 1-3 years to vest so not always a good incentive, if annual review doesn't increase yearly salary by much.
Yes there are plenty of benefits here to chose from at Amazon. I think they do a good job here.
Good compensation. No stock purchase plan or gym benefits available. Food is expensive and not good.
It has less leaves in the year. In the relocation benefit they deduct the employer's contribution to NI as well so effective tax rate is 52%. Their salary would remain same for the first two years
Surprisingly frugal benefits package - considering this is a large tech company. You get the standard stuff you'd expect from a large brand - matching pensions; assorted insurance covers - dental, travel, gadgets, etc at discounted rates; small discounts on local gyms, movie chains, etc. Nothing that benefits from the size and scale of Amazon.
Don't apply season ticket loan. If you cancel you get back much less money.
hoildays benfit s sick pay the best think about working for amazon you get all the best benfits youu wantalso critical illiness cover incase you are ill.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.