The best things is job hours flexibility, worst is 401k contribution.
The health insurance is incredibly expensive.
401k is matches 2% of your salary. Health insurance is very average. You only get 2 weeks off and 6 or 7 sick days. Bonus is around 10-15% of salary.
It takes them months to get it right and they should have more coverage for such a large employer
decent health insurance, no paid time off,
Longevity bonus is appreciated. Medical? Well...it's Obamacare so you should get the jist of it....
The Health Insurance and 401K are nothing to be impressed with. But the bonuses available to you if you are willing to put in the work can be serious.
The majority of the people hired are contractors, so benefits are dependent on the agency that referred you. And staffing agencies don't give good benefits. Contractors don't get paid vacation, paid sick days, or paid holidays.
401k is a joke 2% match up to 50% of income. Health benefits are costly, but are some of the best in the business. Vacation is relatively non existent. 10 days vacation if you have worked for AN for over 3 years. (good luck being allowed to take it together. Life insurance is top notch and inexpensive. As is long and short term disability insurance.
Their health insurance is very expensive, little coverage, and there is no one to explain it, only a website with minimal details. They offer high deductible plans but not the opportunity to contribute to a health savings account, only an FSA. You earn vacation at an average rate, but when you try to take it, you will either be outright denied it, or the general managers will shun and demean you for taking time off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.