I was pretty satisfied with their benefits package which was covering only the necessary things. I felt like they were trying to pay me more rather than proving unnecessary perks.
No best part. The worst part is RSU. Though it looks a lot, but need to stay 4 years to get all of them.
Amazon benefits are amazing and they cover a wide range.
Base salary is lower than market average but with RSU it's above.
Hiring bonus/anniversary bonus/restricted stocks/benefits paid for and quality/RRSP matching
Best thing is there was a range of benefits and they were really good Worst thing is the process of reimbursement
There are a lot of benefits working with the Amazon. The best part being that the benefits starts right after joining the company.
Like that they start the day you start
You get benefits package at the first working day.
10 hours work days 6 days a week. Horrible place to work. Like working in a 3rd world country factory. Really Really bad.
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