American Express Maternity & Paternity Leave

551 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 18, 2018
85 Ratings

Employer Summary

In 2017, we increased our fully-paid parental leave period to 20 weeks for U.S.-based regular full-time and part-time employees. The new paid parental leave policy covers mothers and fathers welcoming a child through birth, adoption, or surrogacy. In addition, birthing mothers will continue to be eligible to receive paid, medically-necessary leave related to the birth of their child, which is generally, six to eight additional weeks.

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Employee Comments

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Jul 24, 2020
Current Director in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

6 months fully paid for mom and dad (as long as they are employees)

Jun 25, 2020
Former Employee in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Extended maternity and paternity leave options

Mar 9, 2020
Current Project Analyst in Phoenix, Arizona

I have not use the maternity paternity leave but my colleagues who have are thankful for it.

Mar 6, 2020
Former Senior Manager in New York, New York State

over time, tenured employees can earn additional time off.

Feb 17, 2020
Current Business Development Manager in Denver, Colorado

Best maternity leave I’ve heard of. 6 months for both fathers and mothers in addition to your 6 weeks of pto and sick time. It’s phenomenal. They also adjust your annual target if you are in a sales role

Feb 9, 2020
Current Customer Care Professional in Phoenix, Arizona

Half a year for new moms and up to 20 weeks for dads.

Feb 4, 2020
Former Member Service Representative in New York, New York State

Covered all my kids delivery and granted me time off with them for about months each.

Nov 18, 2019
Current Employee in New York, New York State

This is great - 6 months for both maternity and paternity . This is better than industry peers

Aug 26, 2019
Former Manager Finance in New York, New York State

On par with market standard

Jul 11, 2019
Former Accountant in Sunrise, Florida

Believe it is standard. did not use

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