Amazon.com provides a full range of benefits for employees and eligible family members. While the benefits may vary slightly from location to location, here are the basics for full-time, U.S. employees.
Best is the 401k match (50% of up to 4% of income) and the HSA contribution (and the ability to choose 1 of 4 health care plans), plus vision and dental included. Worst is different vacation time amounts depending on your level of employment, not just your tenure. Also no relocation or signing bonus offered to lower levels of employment.
The best thing I would say was the work culture followed by the pay. The worst thing would be the stress and the pressure put on the employees. Strict deadlines.
I personally think this company has one of the best benefits packages that I have received from an employer. For the 401K they match up to 2%, they give you a selection of options with insurance policys, and they have an amazing maternity and paternity leave in comparison to what I have seen in the US. You can get up to 4 weeks prior to birth, 10 weeks post partum, and you can also take 6 weeks parental leave, which applies to both mothers and fathers. The PTO actual varies from state to state but in short, the longer you have been with Amazon the more PTO you can accrue on an annual basis.
Amazon generally has good benefits. A lot of time off is available to you. Amazon doesn't have dependent or child care, however it does have a service to help you find it.
Imediate health insurance, sick time, vacation time, stock options, and 401 K when you become an Amazonian. If you start during peak season it is hard to get time off for the holidays but if you work on a holiday it's time in a half.
The company provided dental and vision after the first 90 days, as well as a 20k life insurance policy. After one year the company also offers to pay for school.
This was through a contract agency - therefore this is not specific to the official Amazon packages that full time employees receive.
Vacation days, stock purchase options, full medical and dental.
Best was the hours, worst not enough hours available to work
Immediate Healthcare options including dental and vision. Monthly bonus incentives (0%-16%) based on your facilities rates and how much time you took off. 401k with 50% matched up to 4% (so 2% is matched). You get 1 paid day off (10 hours) every 2 months. You also get 2 unpaid days off every 3 months. You also get 4 days of Vacation time for the first year. On top of this my facility did offer Voluntary time off during less-busy weeks which did not count against you.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.