AutoNation believes our employees are our greatest asset and is proud to offer valuable benefits to protect them. We offer a comprehensive benefits package providing choice, convenience and value. Our free benefits offered to all AutoNation associates include company-paid maternity leave and life insurance, cancer insurance and a competitive 401(k) company match.
Other paid, but subsidized, benefits include medical, dental, vision and more.
You can get TPO in your first year but you will lose a lot of opportunities if you do so. Worst thing is too much time
Has great 401K matching contribution.
Health insurance, 401k, paid vacation.
Cost was higher than similar companies.
At Corporate, they don’t offer many holidays off. Only Labor day, Thanksgiving and Christmas is the only holidays off. 401k match is 4% but at $0.50 for every dollar. So equivalent to 2% full match. Horrible. Health insurance prices stayed the same for 2020 but coverage went down.
Plans offer several options. Company works diligently to offer options that meet the need of the associates. Medical, Dental, and Vision are great plans!
Same as most places, they offer them but they are over priced and with the income structure the was it is you can not afford them anyways.
Competitive package for large public company
Ok. Nice people work with
Benefits at AutoNation are provided grudgingly, and are much worse for those in the field than at corporate HQ (which is saying something considering how bad corporate benefits are). 401(k) plan match - was recently doubled - to a whopping 50% of your 4% contribution. This is a joke for a Fortune 150 company. Medical insurance - prohibitively expensive for any sort of decent coverage, especially at the family level. Employee pricing on vehicles is available, but you'd probably still be able to get a better price elsewhere. We sure did. Not only that, but when you go through the process of getting employee pricing, chances are the dealership you end up going to will tell you that they can get you a better deal anyway and ignore the corporate paperwork you provide. Such is the relationship between HQ and the field. Time off - reasonable, but not competitive. For some reason they still have "sick" time separated from other time off. Cancer benefit - yet another attempt by corporate (re: MJ) to create positive optics. Very little risk of this being a significant benefit cost, but they sure did crow about it when implemented. Good for them for providing it, but not for their motivations. Perks - none. If you live in Fort Lauderdale there are a number of company events and discounted tickets available to museums, concerts, etc. If you're like the majority of the business and live somewhere other than South Florida, too bad.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.