Maintaining a healthy, fulfilling work-life balance should be the goal of any professional. When you join A&M, you will have access to our competitive and comprehensive health benefits plan including 24/7 virtual health care, medical concierge services, and A&M’s premier “I A&M Well” global wellness program which provides enhanced support to employees and their families. You will benefit from extended maternity and bonding leave, and be able to take advantage of A&M’s adoption assistance and medical plan infertility coverage.
As an A&M employee, you will also have access to Gympass, a global online platform that offers you access to more than 30,000 wellness venues and 500 different activities – all available with only one membership – to help support your healthy, on-the-go lifestyle.
Our leading retirement savings, travel, benefits, and health coaching specialists are available on-demand to answer questions and help make your lifestyle planning and decision-making easy.
A&M has a wide variety of benefits options that allow you to make selections for your lifestyle.
Strong benefits programs which covers you for the majority of categories. Low co-pays for dental, medical, and specialty visits
Large cash bonuses and unlimited PTO but hard to schedule vacations of 2 weeks length or more. Developing a better paternal leave policy.
BEst: learning, great leaders, Worst: travel, work life balance, few training, not organized,
The Company has no 401k match and no pension benefits for Directors and Partners. The health insurance package is pretty much the industry standard package.
Great overall benefits including medical, 401k, and quality of life.
Unlimited vacation, but it counts against your utilization, which is the sole determinant of your bonus (in CPI). So if you're having a good year and want to be rewarded for it... have fun not taking PTO. 401k is a lump sum paid out at year end. Amount is determined by management.
Standard benefits package - Aetna insurance and 401K
Pretty standard benefits. Nothing too great but not bad. There is no 401k match but there is a profit sharing contribution that generally seems to be about 5% of salary
Comprehensive Insurance coverage and additional plans, plus 'extras' like deals on local fitness clubs, etc...
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.