You may take up to ten (10) days (80 hours), each calendar year, as an unpaid leave of absence to meet emergencies or other matters involving you or your family members. Emergency Leave can cover:
- A medical emergency
- A death, illness, injury or medical emergency of a family member
- An urgent matter that concerns a family member
Family members covered by the statutory Emergency Leave provisions are:
- Your spouse or same sex partner
- Yours or your spouses/same sex partners parent, step parent or foster parent
- Yours or your spouses/same sex partners child, step child or foster child
- Your brother or sister
- Yours or your spouses/same sex partners grandparent, step grandparent, grandchild, or step grandchild
- An other relative who is dependent on you for care
Scheduling Emergency Leave
Scheduling Emergency Leave All Emergency Leaves, planned or unplanned, must be discussed with your manager as soon as reasonably possible. Open an HR Source ticket [VMware network access required] to report your Leave. Include a written notification, your leave’s start and end date of leave. VMware may require reasonable evidence as appropriate.
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, 9:12 AM