Thrive is an ERG with the following objectives:
This policy is intended to reflect Elsevier's global Flexible Working Principles and to operationalize them further in order to meet the needs of our employees, business operations, local legislation, and customers. Elsevier endeavours to be a great place to work where all employees feel valued and work-life integration is encouraged and supported. As such, we are committed to supporting Flexible Working Arrangements, provided that the needs and objectives of both the employee and Elsevier can be met.
Elsevier recognizes that it may be necessary and/or preferable for an employee to work from home on an ad hoc/occasional basis. For example, when a particular task or activity may be best done from home. Non-exempt employees must track their time accurately and all employees must ensure their managers understand their schedule and whereabouts to ensure effective business operations.
The RELX Modern Family Leave (MFL) provides birth or adoptive mothers and fathers with 14 weeks of bonding leave. Bonding leave can be taken continuously or intermittently and allows new parents to bond with their new addition and arrange for childcare to allow for a smooth transition back to work.
birth mothers with a minimum of 60 days of service are eligible for 25 weeks of paid STD coverage. The percentage of pay you receive during those 25 weeks is based on your years of service.
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993 provides eligible employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave for any of the following reasons:
back up childcare via Bright Horizons.
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