Adobe Systems Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies
Adobe Systems offers 26 weeks of paid maternity leave, 6 weeks of unpaid maternity leave and 16 weeks of paid paternity leave. This information is based on anonymous tips submitted by employees.
Tips & Comments
6 26 67% Consensus 26Submit a Tip
Paid Maternity Leave (weeks)
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Unpaid Maternity Leave (weeks)
4 16 67% Consensus 16Submit a Tip
Paid Paternity Leave (weeks)
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Unpaid Paternity Leave (weeks)
Technology: Software Maternity and Paternity Leave
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Maternity Leaves Taken at Adobe Systems
- Lady High-Tech 6 weeks paid 8 weeks unpaid
- Lady Yaya 16 weeks paid 0 weeks unpaid
- Lady gogal 9 weeks paid 3 weeks unpaid
- Lady Anon3540 8 weeks paid 12 weeks unpaid
- Lady Shutthefrontdoor 3 weeks paid 15 weeks unpaid
Adobe Systems Maternity Leave Comments
- "Overall, a great company to work for with very intelligent employees and an awesome culture. Adobe sponsors high potential women through a leadership development course, and the company has programs in place to promote women in leadership. The company recognizes the need for more women in technology and at the top. However, there are still only two women at the C-level (HR and marketing). Maternity leave is not good: 6 weeks DISABILITY pay and the rest is unpaid leave (through FMLA). Women are not allowed to use vacation (PTO) during maternity leave." - Lady High-Tech
- "If you are outside of California the benefits follow the state - generally 6 weeks of paid maternity or 8 or 9 if c-section. The pay is good but there is ZERO coverage while you are out. On maternity leave I felt grateful for my being home. When I game back the following 9 months were the worst of my career. I had the same goal for four quarters though I had been out and no one had even made a call on my behalf. Also HR gave me incorrect information and messed up my pay. It was as if there were no women on maternity leave ever so they did not know any better. It's a male heavy company especially in sales. I enjoyed the products I sold very much there but I left because the year after maternity I felt pushed me to the edge." - Lady gogal
- "Lack of opportunities for those outside of headquarters. Middle managers often not given reign to create positive change or bring new ideas to the table. Lack of support and opportunity is frustrating for ambitious women who do not like being boxed in to narrow roles. New generous maternity leave benefits appear positive on the outside. The catch is the lack of coverage while one is out combined with the lack of support/judgement on how much time one takes upon returning to the office. These issues must be addressed." - Lady Anon3540
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