126 employees reported this benefit
Maternity/"primary caregiver" leave is pretty good compared to many large US companies, especially now that they don't make you burn most of your PTO before taking the 14 weeks paid. Parental/"non-primary caretaker" leave of 1 week is pretty abysmal and old fashioned - this policy implies that one of the parents (typically the dad) shouldn't be nearly as involved as the other (typically the mother). In my opinion something like 4 weeks would be much more reasonable and show that the company supports fathers spending time with their family.
14 weeks paid at 100% with the option to take up to 26 weeks and work part time the last 8.
Maternity Leave available to Mothers who plan to be with their new born for 6 months.
Great benefit to have and no complaints about it
Extermely generous maternity leave policy.
They give you the time you need and want to enjoy your family
Very flexible and easy to get information on.
14 weeks paid - up to 6 months unpaid for primary caregiver.
Longer than average time off
Nestle has recently extended their Maternity and Paternity leave benefits to be very competitive