138 employees reported this benefit
1 month off prior to due date and 6-8 weeks off paid leave post-partum (depending on vaginal or c-section birth). You can take additional time off (unpaid), and your job will be saved for at most 1 year.
Maternity and Paternity leave are offered
They offer a generous maternity/paternity leave for expecting parents. However if both wife/husband work at PG&E than the number of hours alotted is split amongst the two.
They offer an extension (with manager approval) of FMLA, so in theory you can take up to a year. However, that is UNPAID. They do not offer real paid parental leave.
They offer an extension of FMLA so you can take up to a year. However, it is UNPAID - not actually paid parental leave!
You get what the state gives you but depending on your supervisor you can take off longer and still have a job
They fully cover you up to 6 months.
Don't offer full pay like smaller companies
I don't have kids but coworkers take lots of time off under California law
Unpaid Leave with a max of 6 months