At VMware we encourage a healthy work environment. You are entitled to take Sick Leave in accordance with statutory requirements with the understanding that sick days are solely for recuperating from an illness or injury.
You are entitled to up to twelve (12) months of Sick Leave.
From the first day of sick leave, you must provide your manager, Payroll and HR Source with a copy of your medical certificate (Baja Medica), within three (3) days from the date of issue. This is required even if you are only sick for one day and must be issued by the Primary Care Doctor (Public Health Service). Subsequent certificates must also be provided to your manager, Payroll and HR Source within three (3) days from the date of issue.
VMware will then deliver the medical certificate to the Social security within three (3) calendar days from its reception in order to unregister you.
If a medical certificate is not provided, the absence will be considered as unjustified and tracked as unpaid absence from work. Repeated unjustified absences from work may lead to a disciplinary dismissal.
Your doctor needs to certify your fitness before returning to work ( Alta Médica). The date of the alta médica is the last day of the sick leave. You can return back to work the day immediately after the date of alta. The certificate should be sent to your manager, Payroll and HR Source before returning to work.
Sick pay is calculated according to the relevant CBA pay provisions in force. The company will top up the shortfall of sick pay up to 100% of base salary for up to one year for sickness absence due to illnesses and accidents. For OTE entitlements, please refer to the Corporate Bous Plan & Commission Plan.
For more information see Short Term Disability benefits.
Scheduling Sick Leave
All Sick Leave planned or unplanned, must be discussed with your manager. If an absence is unexpected, you should notify your manager as soon as possible.
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Last Updated: 30 Mar 2022, 3:02 PM