The worst thing is the skimpy Amazon.com discount, 10% off from items where Amazon is the vendor (up to $1000, so there's $100 of discount for the year cap)... when living in the Republic of Ireland, there's little value to this, as there is not ROI fulfillment centre and many items don't ship to Ireland for free... there's not even a discount on signing up for Amazon Prime, where students receive a significant discount.
You will enjoy a pension plan benefit among different discounts for restaurants, gym, health insurance and dental insurance. benefits also for using or buying a bike as well as the public transport
Stock options on joining was good.
Private Healthcare and discount for dependants. Pension contribution at 4%. Great activities and prizes during peak season
Maternity & Paternity Leave Work From Home Life Insurance
Maternity & Paternity Leave and work from home are the best
Best: - Learn a lot. - Work with very smart people. - Good salary and benefits. Worst: - Management and processes.
Standard vacation balance, health and dental insurance, RSU's (which only vest over a number of years), matched pension contribution, flexible work from home option (manager/team dependant).
Bad things: - the base salary is 10-15% below the market. They claim it is compensated over time (years) with stocks, but that is not real! First, you can't guarantee how much the stocks will go up or down. Yes, it is Amazon and the tendency is to go up, but still, you can't be sure. Second, because in Ireland, the taxation over stocks are insanely high. After all the math, if you get 10 shares, whenever you try to sell them, they will be like 5. - Annual salary review is below ridiculous. It is offensive, raging from 0% to 1.5%.
Free health insurance and many more
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.