In addition to competitive compensation, the Atterro family of companies offers the following comprehensive benefits program to our consultants, contractors and temporary employees.
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Atterro 401(k) Plan*:
Atterro offers a 401(k) plan that allows you to save for retirement with tax-deferred dollars. In addition, we offer a discretionary employer match to eligible participants. Eligibility requirements must be met to enroll in the Atterro 401(k) plan.
Health Insurance Options**:
Atterro recognizes that health care costs continue to rise. To assist with these rising costs, Atterro offers an assortment of health insurance options to employees and their dependents.
To reward your extended commitment to Atterro, we offer a Service Bonus up to 40 hours of pay. Eligibility requirements must be met to receive a Service Bonus.
Atterro observes six annual holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Eligibility requirements must be met to receive Holiday Pay.
Atterro is always looking for great employees and one of the best ways to find them is through other employees. If you refer a new employee to Atterro you may receive a Referral Bonus. Minimum requirements must be met to be eligible for the Referral Bonus.
*Eligibility requirements must be met in order to receive these benefits.
**Some benefits may not be available in the states of HI, MA, MT, ND, NH, NJ, VT and WA.
Atterro is an Equal Opportunity Employer and fosters a diversity-driven workplace.
The above information provides brief descriptions of Atterro’s talent employee benefits. For more detailed information, contact your local Atterro office. If there is a conflict between these brief descriptions and the terms of the plans, the plans will govern. Providers providing services for the above benefits are not affiliated with Atterro. Therefore, Atterro cannot endorse or recommend them and cannot assume or accept any responsibility or liability (including for injuries resulting from negligence or misconduct) arising out of the use of the providers’ products or services. State law may restrict the availability of some benefits.