55 employees reported this benefit
Parental Leave (Paid)
• Employees with at least one year of full-time staff service at the time of the birth, adoption, surrogacy or placement of a child in foster care are eligible for 6 weeks of paid parental leave.
• The 6 weeks paid leave will be included in the employee’s total 12-week FMLA leave entitlement, and used to offset any period of unpaid leave
I haven't used, but have co-workers who have taken time off.
Very flexible with allowing folks to take leave. Manager are VERY flexible.
It offers this time as a flexible benefit that you can take right away or you can wait and take a little later, if needed.
Moms get 1 month off; dads get only two weeks off. Manager might try to convince you to divide your paternity leave. You can extend the paternity leave if necessary, but you will not get paid full salary. It goes by halving your salary. Even further would require a state mandate, without pay.
They help you while your out on leave but afterwards management is not understanding when you have kid emergencys
standard as required by law. nothing extra.
depending on seniority up to 4-5 months
Some have used it more than once. Those without children need to work more to cover those on leave.