U.S. Benefits

Many benefits are offered at competitive rates while others are fully paid by Arch. Here is a sample of what you can expect as a U.S.-based employee.


Not Your Average 401(k)

We offer a generous 401(k) plan, making a non-discretionary matching contribution in an amount equal to 100% of the first 3% of your eligible compensation and 50% of the next 3% of your eligible compensation contributed to the plan. We also provide fixed non-elective contributions of 5% of your eligible compensation up to the Social Security Taxable Wage Base and 10% of your eligible compensation in excess of the Social Security Taxable Wage Base, subject to the annual Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) limit. These limits are adjusted each year by the government.


Investing in Your Education

If you’re still in school, have been considering going back to school or are interested in continuing education classes or certifications, we can help you pay for it. Get up to $5,250 reimbursed in your first and second year at Arch, and $7,500 in your third, fourth and fifth year, with an additional $2,500 for approved graduate courses. There is additional support for insurance exams, too.


Student Loan Payback Assistance

Under the Student Loan Assistance Program, Arch will contribute $250 monthly — $3,000 a year — to supplement your regular principal payments on your student loan. You can also choose to refinance at competitive rates.


Money for Causes You Care About

When it comes to charitable giving, Arch will match eligible contributions dollar-for-dollar to qualified charitable organizations, up to $25,000 per employee per calendar year. Your contribution must be made directly to an organization that is recognized by the IRS as a charitable, scientific, educational or other organization as described in Section 501(c)(3).


Family Leave

We provide up to 10 weeks of paid leave to eligible employees at 100% of your base salary for the birth, adoption or fostering of a child. This parental leave is in addition to any birth-related medical leave taken by the mother, which usually covers six weeks of an employee’s full salary. Leave must be taken within 12 months of the child’s birth/adoption/fostering and must be used in a minimum of two-week increments.

Your Health and Well-Being

Visit the Arch Resource Center for more details about the benefits we offer. New employees will also find benefits eligibility and enrollment information.