VMware believes that leave is an instrument of work-life balance and recognizes that fathers play an important role in raising children. To support this, VMware provides Paternity Leave so that you can take the necessary time off work to bond with your new baby.
Note that Paternity Leave is a VMware leave and is different from the Government Parental Leave.
Please refer to the Parental Leave page for more information.
All active employees of VMware on the date of the birth or placement for adoption are eligible. No birth or adoption event will be eligible, if it happened before your VMware date of hire.
If you have newborn child(ren) or newly adopted child(ren) join your family, you are eligible for up to four (4) paid weeks to bond with your new child(ren). You will have one (1) year from the date of birth or legal placement into your home to take advantage of these four weeks. The four (4) weeks can be taken all at once or in weekly increments.
Paternity Leave pays 100% of your base pay for up to four (4) work weeks. Employees will not, under any circumstance be entitled to receive more than 100% of their wages while taking Paternity Leave.
Scheduling Paternity Leave
Inform your manager of your Leave as soon as reasonably possible. This will allow adequate time for the proper arrangements to be made prior to your leave period.
Open an HR Source ticket [VMware network access required] to report your Leave and include your leave’s start and end date of leave.
Returning to Work
Once you return to work, open an HR Source ticket [VMware network access required] confirming your leave end date and return to work date.
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Last Updated: 1 Oct 2021, 9:05 AM