Siemens Maternity & Paternity Leave

303 employees reported this benefit
3.8
19 Ratings

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Aug 18, 2020
Former Electrical Engineering Technician in New Kensington, Pennsylvania

I’m not sure what to say here. This is standard. Is there any company that doesn’t offer this? If so, than who?

Mar 26, 2020
Former Intern in Iselin, New Jersey

You don't have to worry about this.

Oct 16, 2019
Current Employee in Alpharetta, Georgia

I've not used it but heard it is pretty good.

May 14, 2019
Former IT Service Delivery Manager in Alpharetta, Georgia

It is the same as most companies 6 weeks

Mar 26, 2019
Current Employee in Charlotte, North Carolina

Ok when compared to other companies

Nov 19, 2018
Current Project Manager in Houston, Texas

The company give to the employees a max of 2 weeks off in paternal leave

Sep 17, 2018
Former Senior Financial Analyst in Orlando, Florida

6 weeks for the mother and after that FMLA. Could be better certainly less than most other countries. This needs improved. However, they added Paternity leave last year (2 weeks) so they are making moves in the right direction.

Dec 20, 2017
Former Market Research Analyst in Bridgewater, New Jersey

European plan for maternity much better than US. Maternity benefits in Germany are covered by the Government and women get paid leave up to 3 years and their jobs are guaranteed by laws so they take maternity leave very seriously.

Aug 7, 2016
Former Employee in Alpharetta, Georgia

Standard for US law, could align better with EU

Jan 20, 2016
Current Marketing Manager in Norcross, Georgia

Maternity leave offering is on the lower end of standard with 6 weeks full pay as short-term disability and the option to take up to 3 months at 66% of pay. Paternity leave is abysmal with the only option being to take unpaid time through the family medical leave policy. In some roles managers are flexible with allowing a week or two of work-from-home to new parents who cannot afford to take reduced or unpaid time but that is not universal and still not sufficient. This is one area where the company is very lacking

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