We crowdsource Lenovo's maternity, paternity and parental leave policies, based on Lenovo's employee reviews and anonymous tips from Lenovo employees.
Lenovo Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies
Lenovo offers 22 weeks of paid maternity leave, 7 weeks of paid paternity leave. This information is based on anonymous tips submitted by employees.
Technology: Manufacturing Maternity and Paternity Leave
How many weeks of paid maternity, unpaid maternity, paid paternity and unpaid paternity leave do employers in the Technology: Manufacturing industry offer?
Maternity Leaves Taken at Lenovo
- 12 weeks paid
- weeks unpaid
Lenovo Maternity Leave Comments
- "On paper and in the interview it looks like a great company. I was promised 2 days a week to work from home in the interview. They also say 22-24 weeks of maternity leave and unlimited vacation. The truth is that wfh, maternity leave and vacation time are all discretionary to the leader you role to. My whole side of the org is not allowed to wfh and my manager tracks our vacation even though it's unlimited. I am the only woman on my team or any functional teams I work with. This is a very old-school, white male culture. " - Annoyedwithcorpamerica
- "I only got 12 paid weeks because my male boss didn't know how to work the HR tool to set me up as being on leave. It was a blessing but also scary since he is a director of a big part of the business and can't work a simple workday tool. " - Annoyedwithcorpamerica
- "Lenovo offers 22 fully paid weeks off for new moms. They also offer 7 weeks off for adoptive parents." - Anonymous
- "Company offers 7 fully paid weeks off for new dads." - Anonymous
- "Company backups childcare." - Anonymous
- "Companie's managers are trained to manage work/ life andflexibility concerns of employees." - Anonymous
- "At Lenovo 78% of employees telecommute." - Anonymous
- "Company contributes to eldercare expenses." - Anonymous
- "Company employs 19 % of women and 20 % of new hires are also women. At Lenovo 3 % participate in mentoring and 12 % participate in management/ leadership trainings." - Anonymous
- "19% of company’s managers and executives are women." - Anonymous