Avis Budget Group Benefits
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- All Employees
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- Self Employed
Which benefits does Avis Budget Group provide?
Current and former employees report that Avis Budget Group provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(57 comments)
“not top of the market, but better than nothing”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(38 comments)
“as per relating laws + 1 day for your birthday”
- 401K Plan(20 comments)
“Outstanding plans with company match.”
Benefits include health insurance, dental, 401k, a company car, and paid time off
Good 401k match of 6%
It’s a cool job. That’s it. Like the actual work is cool. Not great not horrible. Just cool. And that’s it
401k match, health insurance, no stock options
What people are saying about Avis Budget Group
a year ago
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Accumulate pto based on years of service
Health Insurance and Time OFF
very flexible benefit offerings for all employees
The company provides 2 options for medical benefits. What's amazing about it is that the monthly employee premiums are based on my wages... its not a fixed premium. Meaning as an hourly employee, I only pay $6 biweekly, but someone earning more than me pays a higher premium. This benefit helped me make my decision to accept the job offer.
The benefits are good with the exception of PTO. For the first 5 years you are there, you accrue 1 vacation day a month. If you want to take a 5 day vacation in February, you can’t because you haven’t earned your PTO yet.
It is so understaffed and not customer it<