Our Women’s Employee Network fosters a respectful, collaborative and inclusive environment. They are dedicated to the development, empowerment and growth of women and their allies within the communities where we live, work and serve.
Santander is committed to supporting new parents as they care for and bond with their newborn and newly adopted child(ren). Santander’s Parental Leave program provides all employees up to six weeks of paid leave. Santander’s Parental Leave is in addition to the eight weeks of paid time off birth mothers receive under the Short-Term Disability program. If both parents work for Santander, each parent may take up to six weeks under the Parental Leave program.
effective as of the date of hire, Santander employees are eligible to apply for paid benefits through the STD program. If approved, an employee can receive income replacement for up to 180 days (130 business days) and job-protection during their STD benefits period.
Through UnitedHealthcare, (UHC) Santander’s medical benefits administrator, employees have access to various programs and resources that support families and well-being including a maternity support program; fertility support program and benefits; and health and wellness portal geared towards increased overall health.
Santander’s Lactation program provides ongoing support for breastfeeding mothers for up to one year from the birth of their child, including locations to express milk and flexible breaks to accommodate milk expression.
Through UnitedHealthcare, (UHC) Santander’s medical benefits administrator, employees have access to a Maternity Support Program including access to an experienced maternity nurse who will provide guidance during and after pregnancy.
Through UnitedHealthcare, (UHC) Santander’s medical benefits administrator, employees have access to a Fertility Solutions Program including access to a specially trained fertility nurse and clinically guided support and education, as well as covered fertility benefits.
Santander provides a Backup Dependent Care program through Bright Horizons. Employees have access to care services when there’s a lapse or breakdown in normal care arrangements and the employee needs to work. Dependents of all ages can receive care either in-home or at a care center from a qualified care provider.
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