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Employer Paternity Leave Policy. 4.5) and the Massachusetts Parental Leave Act (Sec. “Great companies care about their employees.

Domestic partners are entitled to this leave in the same way as spouses. 5.8.6 regarding emergency closings. Below is the North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation’s parental leave policy.

Full-time employees who work a standard, 5 day a week schedule are presumed to work 8 hours a day for purposes of tracking this leave. Birth mothers may take Paid Parental Leave after their period of disability leave (maternity leave).

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for the paid portion of Parental Leave taken under this Policy. Parental leave should be taken in full at the time of birth or adoption and not on an intermittent or reduced leave schedule for a period lasting longer than two weeks. DowDuPont Specialty Products, a division of DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP), is a global innovation leader with technology-based materials, ingredients and solutions that help transform industries and everyday life. See Sec. Paid parental leave does not include compensation attributable to CPUP. womenemployed.org. 6. Paid Parental Leave must be approved both by the parent’s supervisor or manager and by Human Resources.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology As with the Massachusetts parental leave in Section 4.6.2, eligible new parents may take this Paid Parental Leave for the birth of a child, adoption of a child under the age of eighteen (or a child under the age of twenty-three if the child is mentally or physically disabled), or the placement of a child pursuant to a court order. DuPont™, the DuPont Oval Logo, and all trademarks and service marks denoted with ™, ℠ or ® are owned by affiliates of DuPont de Nemours, Inc. unless otherwise noted. 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139-4307, This policy was last updated July 1, 2018. Detail on the procedural requirements can be found on the MIT Paid Leave for New Parents website. The policy also applies for each new child — not just the first. More information can be found at, Military, Law Enforcement & Emergency Response. A staff member must have completed six continuous months of employment in order to be eligible for parental leave, which is limited to one leave per academic appointment year (i.e., August 21-August 20). genomecanada.ca.

NCECF will provide paid parental leave to employees following the birth of an employee’s child or the placement of a child with an employee in connection with adoption. Leave to Care for Employee's Newly-Adopted or Newly-Placed Foster Child, 4.5.4 Leave to Care for a Family Member with a Serious Health Condition, 4.5.6 Notice of FMLA Rights by Supervisors, 4.5.7 Continuation of Benefits During FMLA Leave, 4.5.8 Returning to Work Following FMLA Leave, 4.7 Paid Leave for Medical Examination and Care, 4.8 Industrial Accident and Workers' Compensation, 4.12 Military Leave; Participation in Veterans’ Day or Memorial Day Exercises, 4.12.1 Job Protection for Extended Duty in the Armed Services, 4.12.2 Participation in Veterans’ Day or Memorial Day Exercises, 4.13 National Guard and Civil Defense Call-Out, 4.16.1 Approval of Voluntary Leave Without Pay, 4.16.2 Request for Voluntary Leave Without Pay, 4.16.4 Continuation of Benefits During Leave Without Pay, 4.16.5 Vacation Accrual While On Leave Without Pay, 4.16.6 Adjustment of Sick Leave Following Leave Without Pay, 4.17 Leaves of Absence for Victims of Domestic Violence, 5.1 Responsibilities of Supervisors and Individual Employees in Payroll Matters, 5.2 Implementing Changes in Employment Status, 5.4.4 Determining Hours for Premium Overtime Pay, 5.6 Compensatory Time Off for Support Staff, 5.6.2 Institute Requirements Regarding Compensatory Time Off, 5.6.3 Compensatory Time Off for Time Worked on a Holiday, 5.7.2 Excused Lateness by Institute Notice, 5.8.1 Authorization to Close the Institute, 5.8.4 Payment During Emergency Closing or Early Release, 5.8.5 Computation of Pay for Time Worked During an Emergency Closing or Early Release, 5.8.6 Employees on Leave During an Emergency Closing or Early Release, 5.8.7 Reporting for Work During an Emergency Closing or Early Release, 5.8.10 Payment of Employees on Fixed or Variable Schedules During an Emergency Closing or Early Release, 5.10 Temporary Work Assignment for MIT Employees, 6.5.3 Unemployment Compensation Insurance, 7.1.2 Sponsored Research Staff Appointment Structure, 7.1.3 Payment of Administrative and Sponsored Research Staffs on a Salary Basis, 7.1.5 Establishing or Changing a Position Classification, 7.1.6 Determination of Individual Salaries, 7.1.7 Unionized Service Staff Compensation Administration, 7.2.1 Annual Review Eligibility and Effective Dates, 7.2.2 General Review Schedule and Process, 7.2.3 Review Procedures for New Employees, 7.2.4 Review Procedures for Union Service Staff, 7.2.5 Salary Equity Review Process for Women and Minority Group Members, 8.1 Unions Representing Service Staff at the Institute, 8.2.1 The Institute's Role in Contract Agreements, 8.2.2 Interpretation of Contract Language, 8.2.3 Policy Against Discrimination Because of Union Activity, 8.3.3 Conduct Expected of Union Officials, Paid Parental Leave of up to 20 working days (, Unpaid leave of up to 12 weeks under the Family and Medical Leave Act (, Unpaid leave of up to 8 weeks under the Massachusetts Parental Leave Act (. Paid parental leave will be paid on regularly scheduled pay dates (e.g., weekly or monthly). This policy is in effect for childbirth or adoptions occurring on or after January 1, 2015.

As with any leave, employees should communicate as soon as practicable with their units regarding the timing of the proposed leave, and arrangements for the leave are to be coordinated within the unit. Under Massachusetts law, eligible new parents may take up to eight weeks of unpaid leave for the birth of a child, adoption of a child under the age of eighteen (or a child under the age of twenty-three if the child is mentally or physically disabled), or the placement of a child pursuant to a court order.

Employees should consult with the MIT Disabilities Services and Medical Leaves Office (617.253.4572 or hr-dsmlo@mit.edu) or with their Human Resources Officer for information regarding leave provisions for pregnancy, childbirth, family care and adoption, to ensure that they are aware of their rights under federal and state law as well as Institute leave programs. Sample Parental Leave Policy #1. Sample Paid Parental Leave Policy. Policy brief & purpose Our parental leave company policy outlines our provisions for our employees who have children.

4.1.5; Sec. Leaves under the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Massachusetts Parental Leave Act, and MIT’s paid sick leave related to pregnancy and childbirth all run concurrently. Both mothers and fathers who have access to paid parental leave take an average of four weeks off.

In addition to paid sick leave for birth mothers, MIT provides three forms of parental leave that may be used by any new parent (including birth mothers): Paid Parental Leave of up to 20 working days (Section 4.6.1); Unpaid leave of up to 12 weeks under the Family and Medical Leave … Other Institute closings that fall during a Paid Parental Leave period are treated under the usual policies for those closings. This Paid Parental Leave is available to eligible employees in all payroll categories (including academic payrolls) except for faculty; faculty members should refer to Policies & Procedures Section 7.5.2 Other Leaves for the Faculty and Section 7.5.3 Faculty Teaching Relief.

“We are proud of our employees and when they become a new parent, we are excited to help them thrive at work and at home,” said Marc Doyle, Chief Executive Officer-Elect for DuPont and Chief Operating Officer, DowDuPont Specialty Products Division. If a birth mother is being paid on extended sick leave, she may substitute a day of Paid Parental Leave for one or more full days of extended sick leave; however, Paid Parental Leave cannot supplement extended sick leave payments.