Domestic Violence Time Off

VMware provides Domestic Violence Time Off in accordance with local regulation. The leave benefit is granted to enable the team member to attend to medical and legal concerns.

Entitlement

An employee who is a victim of domestic violence is entitled to ten (10) days of paid time off every year.

A victim of violence against women and their children who is employed is entitled to paid leaves of up to 10 days in addition to paid leaves under other laws, extendible when the necessity arises as specified in a protection order issued by an appropriate authority. The availment of the 10-day leave is at the option of the female employee, and such leave shall cover the days that the employee needs to attend to medical and legal concerns. Unused leaves are not cumulative and not convertible to cash.

Carry Forward

All unused Domestic Violence Time Off entitlement during the Calendar Year cannot be carried forward to the following Calendar Year and shall be non-cumulative.

Cash Out

If the Domestic Violence Time Off is not availed of, this leave shall not be convertible to cash.

Scheduling Domestic Violence Time Off

We recognize that the circumstances giving rise to the need for leave can be highly personal, at their discretion employees may inform their manager that they are availing this leave. Please note that privacy and confidentiality will be maintained to the fullest extent possible. and the employee’s management chain will only be advised of the need for leave at the employee’s request. However, any situations involving threats of physical harm at the workplace will be immediately escalated to VMware management.

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