Los Angeles Water and Power Maternity & Paternity Leave

17 employees reported this benefit
5 Ratings

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Employee Comments

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Oct 22, 2019
Former Chief Cyber Risk Officer in Los Angeles, California

Able to use sock or vacation time for this. Can also take unpaid leave.

Aug 26, 2018
Current Employee

Six months guaranteed, but paid from your own accumulated days off.

Jun 22, 2017
Current Safety Engineer Pressure Vessels in Los Angeles, California

The maternity leave program is fine if you have enough time off otherwise it is unpaid. With a new baby taking unpaid leave is pretty financially taxing.

Apr 12, 2017
Current Employee

i did not like it for a bunch of reasons

Nov 29, 2016
Current Systems Analyst II in Los Angeles, California

If you have a lot of vacation and OT hours accumulated, you are fine. IF not, you will be back at work shortly. When my son was born I spent the last two months of the pregnancy back and forth to work. He was born six weeks premature and I ran out of time off by the time he came home from the hospital. (Yes, I still feel bitter)