266 employees reported this benefit
Travelers provides time off to employees to care for their newborn or newly adopted child. For the birth of a child, mothers are provided with six or eight weeks of disability leave, depending on the type of delivery. In addition, Travelers offers both mothers and fathers up to ten days of paid parental leave during the post-delivery or post-adoption period. All employees who are eligible for the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) are entitled to 12 weeks of job protection while they care for their new child. Travelers also offers adoption assistance to reimburse employees, up to $5,000 per adopted child, for eligible adoption expenses.
I think there’s opportunity to do more here. They offer 2 weeks paid bonding time. Nice, and opportunity to offer more.
Just a 30 day planl
Paid 3 weeks of maternity leave I think
Paid 6 weeks of maternity leave
Females great fmla fathers 5 days pto
Good. Added paternity coverage.
One week paid leave for mums or dads. Then, for mums, short term disability pays for 5 (if it's a c-section you get 8 weeks). Sadly you must use one full week of vacation BEFORE short term disability kicks in. If mum's take FMLA (12 weeks) and also the Connecticut leave (which allows for another 4 weeks out), mums will need to pay for the full cost of insurance during the unpaid weeks.
Standard short term disability with job protection up to 12 weeks.
Policy is good but stigma on those who use it this dept specific. Career limiting
Maternity leave, no paternity leave (yet). Will be interesting to see if paternity leave becomes standard as some tech firms lead the way. People that have used maternity leave have not been happy with the system and how the process works.