Applied Materials offers a wide range of comprehensive benefit programs to its employees. In most locations, employees may choose among:
Applied Materials is committed to creating a culture of health and shared accountability to help our employees improve their overall wellbeing. It’s not just about exercising and eating right, AMP – which stands for Applied Materials Passion, People, Power, Performance – is about achieving a healthy energy and balance in all aspects of life – physical, financial, work-life and social. Applied Materials provides our employees and their dependents with a variety of tools and resources to support success. AMP programs and services aim to empower people to focus on, effectively manage, and take control of their overall wellbeing.
All Applied Materials employees worldwide are eligible to participate in Applied Wellness Programs. Programs are voluntary and are either free or offered at a nominal cost.
Applied Wellness offers programs and services that foster optimal employee health and productivity. Core programs focus on the following areas:
Applied Materials offers the following resources to help employees manage their health and evaluate current health status.
Applied offers the following opportunities for employees to be active:
The ability to manage stress and effectively balance work and family life can improve health and productivity. Applied offers the following programs to help its employees lead balanced lives and meet the challenges of a dynamic high-tech world:
Applied Materials offers employees various health and family care benefits. In most locations, employees may choose among:
Applied Materials offers employees and their eligible dependents health insurance designed to meet individual health care needs and preferences. Each medical plan option provides preventative care benefits and coverage for major medical expenses. Medical plan choices include:
Two choices of dental plans are offered: a Comprehensive and a Standard Dental PPO. Both products cover preventive, basic, restorative and major care.
A vision plan covering an annual exam, lenses and frames.
If employees become ill or injured and are unable to work, the Applied Materials benefits plan offers financial protection through the following programs:
Employees who pay for day care or have out-of-pocket health care expenses can save money by using Spending Accounts.
Applied Materials understands the importance of taking time off to attend to personal needs—whether employees are ill, want some time from work to purse personal interests, or need to care for an ill family member. The Company offers the following:
Applied Materials offers employees a number of financial benefits.
In most locations, employees may choose among:
Retirement Savings and Investment Programs
Applied Materials offers two programs that can help employees save and invest for the future:
Applied Materials provides an opportunity for most employees to participate in the Global Stock Award Program and the Employees' Stock Purchase Plan. These programs link employees' financial success with the Company's success by providing the opportunity for employees to increase the value of their compensation package when the Company's stock price increases.
Global Stock Award Program
Employees' Stock Purchase Plan
Applied Materials sponsors several other benefits programs designed to help employees live healthy, creative and productive lives:
Applied Materials seeks to support every employee with an opportunity to continuously learn and grow professionally. The mission of Applied Global University (AGU) is to provide learning and development solutions to build individual, team and organizational competence in support of Applied’s business priorities.
AGU specializes in leveraging learning as a strategy for advancing the organization in ways that will drive business success. Through learning we, as individuals and an organization, have the ability to target and invest in developing critical capabilities that will make a difference for today’s business and the business of the future.
Applied Global University’s centers of expertise, called Learning Centers, are responsible for designing and developing learning programs in areas of professional, functional or technical significance to Applied Materials.
Provides professional development opportunities for all employees, in content areas which span across most job families.
Engineering and Technology
Provides learning programs aligned to Applied Materials’ products, processes and technologies.
Environmental Health and Safety
Provides a curriculum to ensure Environmental Health and Safety compliance.
Delivers content that develops and strengthens the finance and accounting skills of all employees.
Global New Hire
Assists in developing and deploying global New Hire and onboarding processes, products and services that support employee orientation and assimilation into the company.
Enables Global Human Resources employees to become the most innovative, capable and flexible in the industry.
Provides development opportunities to build world-class leaders at all levels who will guide the future growth of the Company.
Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Provides educational opportunities for all Global Operations employees in content areas which span across most job families.
Quality and Reliability
Provides programs to enhance employees’ competencies and capabilities in the quality and reliability sciences as well as the management of quality.
Sales and Marketing
Partners with regional and product business units to jointly develop curriculum and tools to enable world-class leadership in sales and marketing.
Enhances employee and company health, well-being and productivity.
A knowledge resource center that provides all employees access to industry related news, electronic journals, standards, databases and other information sources.
An award-winning media development organization dedicated to developing technology enabled learning solutions for all AGU learning centers and all Applied employees.
AGU partners with academic universities such as Harvard Business School, Cornell University, Stanford University and Santa Clara University to bring professional resources to Applied Materials employees.