University of Maryland Maternity & Paternity Leave

142 employees reported this benefit
20 Ratings

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Employee Comments

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Aug 25, 2020
Current Employee

Never use it but has it.

Jan 2, 2020
Current Employee

I have never used this so I don't know much about it. I think it is ok.

Sep 10, 2019
Current Administrative Manager in Baltimore, Maryland

eight weeks per child and you are allowed to ask for more unpaid leave

Sep 4, 2018
Former Graduate Teaching Assistant in College Park, Maryland

Can have about 4 weeks of maternity leave.

Jul 12, 2018
Former Employee

This is covered similarly to FMLA with 12 weeks of authorized absence using your leave banks.

Jun 16, 2018
Current Program Coordinator in Washington, District of Columbia

6 weeks for women and up to 6 weeks for men. You need to draw down on your vacation/sick leave and if you need more time, they give it to you

Jun 10, 2018
Current Administrator in College Park, Maryland

I am so thankful for this benefit.

Mar 5, 2018
Current Teaching Laboratory Technician in College Park, Maryland

They offer maternity leave and allow you to use sick leave you don't have yet if you need more time at home.

Apr 27, 2017
Current Assistant Research Scientist in College Park, Maryland

If you have no time accrued, they will pay 8 weeks leave for you. Otherwise, if you want income, you have to pay yourself through your own accrued vacation and sick time. You can, of course, take the full 12 weeks FMLA. Whether or not you are paid depends on if you've saved up enough time.

Feb 23, 2017
Current Manager in College Park, Maryland

Best: That it's offered; Worst: That many younger employees who are just starting their family, haven't accrued enough leave to pay for their maternity/paternity leave. Also, staff policy is less generous than faculty policy.

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