ARM employees enjoy a wide variety of benefits, with slight vartiations from office to office. One perk that all full time established employees can enjoy is the 4-week sabbatical after 4 years of service with ARM. Please check with your local ARM office when applying to see what additional benefits are offered when you start your career with ARM!
as intern you are not provided much benefits package at arm so nothing to say
A really good benefits package in terms of healthcare, dental, etc, including a $8K (US) stipend for expenses related to getting or being healthy, like a new bike, gym membership, class, etc. In terms of stock options or RSUs, they no longer offer them because they're privately held, and they have something akin to "success sharing" -- not a phantom stock scheme. This is a downside of working at Arm if you prefer to have shares in your company (public or private) and would prefer to hold instead of just getting a yearly cash payment. 401(k) has 100% match and immediate vest -- excellent benefit. The vacation time is generous though sick time is kinda of hokey. The Sabbatical is nice, with 4 weeks additional time off in a year, every 4 years.
healthcare, sabatical leave, sick leave, work from home
13 holidays 25 to 30 vacation days Sabbatical every 4 years High quality medical insurance Maternal/Paternal birth leave Nothing worst or bad about the benefits
Best benefits package I've ever seen. 4 weeks vacation to start, up to 5 weeks after 4 years. 401(k) matching 1:1 up to 6%. 13 (paid) holidays per year.. 4-week sabbatical leave every 4 years. Usual medical/dental/vision coverage (PPO, HDHP+HSA, and HMO options). Not stock options, since ARM is privately held (no public stock), but equivalent generous cash bonus programs are offered.
As an intern, I didn't get any of the benefits. There was a health insurance plan which was pretty good.
Great health insurance and 401k match, and vacations! (4 weeks for new starters)
There is no stock purchase plan or options because the company was privatized.
Lack of stock based compensation
The company has great work life balance with great vacation/sick days/sabbatical policy. Health benefit has limited options, I'd like to see more options with more generous health benefit even though that would cost little extra to the employees.
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