Global Paid Parental Leave (GPPL) [VMware network access required]
VMware recognises the importance and value of its employees’ family lives and seeks to provide a family-friendly environment that is supportive of working parents. VMware provides Maternity Leave in accordance with our Global Paid Parental Leave (GPPL) [VMware network access required] program so you can have the necessary time off work to recover and bond with your baby.
Permanent full-time and part-time employees of VMware, who are legal parents of the child on the date of birth or placement for adoption, are eligible from the date of employment with VMware. Maternity leave is available to eligible employees regardless of marital status. If you are absent from work to attend a medical examination in relation to your pregnancy or post confinement medical treatment, this shall be counted as Sick Leave.
All active employees whose child is born on or after March 1st 2022 are eligible for the leave entitlement detailed below. If your child was born prior to March 1st 2022, please note that the previous leave policy applies. To understand your entitlements under the previous leave policy please contact HR Source.
In the event of miscarriage/loss of pregnancy, employee may avail local miscarriage leave or global Bereavement leave and not both.
You are entitled to receive up to eighteen (18) weeks of leave, inclusive of the statutory pre-natal period, to be utilized within 12 months from the date of birth or legal adoption of the child. The start date of maternity leave should be no earlier than four (4) weeks prior to the expected date of before childbirth and you should have maternity leave of at least eight (8) weeks after childbirth.
Your remaining entitlement after the first eight (8) weeks can be taken in units of weeks and can be used all at once or divided up into a maximum of two (2) other separate blocks, which do not have to be equal. Balance of leave not utilized in the twelve (12) months from the date of the child’s birth or legal adoption placement will be forfeited and cannot be carried forward.
Eligible employees will be paid at 100% of your base salary rate or, for commissioned employees, on target earnings (OTE) for a maximum of eighteen (18) weeks. If you have any questions regarding your Sales compensation plan, please contact the commissions team.
Maternity Leave guarantees parents with 100% of your base pay for up to eighteen (18) weeks of leave, withstanding any aid received from government. You are required to apply and obtain government aid based on your eligibility. VMware is not obligated to pay 100% of base pay if the employee fails to apply for available government and company benefits.
Permanent Full-time and part-time employees who have at least ninety (90) days of continuous employment with VMware are eligible for Government paid Maternity Leave time. To determine if you are eligible for government benefits, you should visit the Ministry of Manpower website.
Scheduling Maternity Leave
- Inform your manager of your intention to take Maternity Leave no later than two calendar months prior to the intended leave start date; and
- Align with your manager on the leave start date, and the dates of the separate blocks if you intend to take your Maternity Leave, to ensure that appropriate business arrangements are in place for each period of absence.
- Once you have approval, contact HR Source [VMware network access required] who will support you with queries on the benefit and will work with the responsible teams to ensure your Maternity Leave is tracked correctly. You will be required to send the following documents to HR Source [VMware network access required]:
- Doctor’s certificate
- Completed Declaration Form for eave (GPML) application
Returning to Work
While on Maternity Leave, you should maintain open communication with your manager and HR Source [VMware network access required]. VMware will assume that you wish to return to work at the end of your Maternity Leave period; however, you should contact HR Source [VMware network access required] towards the end of leave to confirm and arrange your return to work.
For additional support and resources to consider with the addition of a child to your family, see the Birth or Adoption page.
Please note: This information is an overview of maternity leave. Refer to the Global Paid Parental Leave (GPPL) Program [VMware network access required] for detailed information.
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Last Updated: 15 Mar 2022, 12:03 AM