Supporting your physical, financial, and mental well-being
We back our colleagues and their loved ones with benefits & programs that support their holistic well-being. That means we prioritize your physical, financial, and mental health through each stage of life. At Amex, you’ll be recognized for your contributions, leadership, and impact - every colleague has the opportunity to share in the company’s success. With competitive base salaries, incentives, and savings programs, you can build your financial confidence and live well, now and in the future.
Prioritizing colleague health, safety and well-being
We offer healthcare benefits that provide coverage for colleagues and their families*:
*Vary by location
Current and former employees report that American Express provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Best: Get at least 25% for 5 years of employment matched for your voluntary contribution”
“Best: Provides additional vacation leave credits in addition to what's mandated by the government Worst: Hard to file vacation time”
“Best: Unlimited dependents; Option to co-pay for 60-65 years old”
Really great maturity leave it is 20 weeks fully paid
30 days work from anywhere policy
Very generous benefits make it a great place to work, including 6-month parental leave. Currently there is a $15/day stipend for lunch/food whenever you’re in the office at the Tower, and the “Blue Rewards” program means you can collect rewards points with actual monetary value for going above and beyond.
Provided with 176 hours of PTO annually. 40+ hours of sick time, 401k options, and great health insurance
Only three choices for medical plan
The company offers overall good benefits such as Health insurance, 401k, bonus
2 days of PTO and extremely flexible hybrid hours
Summer Flex Days in addition to PTO
The company great peaks and great benefits. Health insurance is costly for a family plan. Vacation hours are great.
Best thing is that you do have options with health care plans (most expensive one covers emergency room and you have copay of $40 for specialist, $20 for PCP). As well as paid maternity leave at 6 months with no actual negative impact to promotions. I saw first hand various people get promoted though they were going on a maternity leave, so it’s nice to see companies actually mean what they say. 4 stars because PTO is terrible. 21 days that sneakily factor in holiday + PTO. So if you really took your holidays, you would only have 10 days for vacation. You get more days after you stay at the company for more than 5 years or as you move up to more senior positions. But at that point with increased responsibility and work, you might feel less inclined to take your full PTO for long vacations.