We crowdsource Pariveda Solutions's maternity, paternity and parental leave policies, based on Pariveda Solutions's employee reviews and anonymous tips from Pariveda Solutions employees.
Pariveda Solutions Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies
Pariveda Solutions offers 6 weeks of paid paternity leave. This information is based on anonymous tips submitted by employees.
Consulting Services Maternity and Paternity Leave
How many weeks of paid maternity, unpaid maternity, paid paternity and unpaid paternity leave do employers in the Consulting Services industry offer?
Maternity Leaves Taken at Pariveda Solutions
- 14 weeks paid
- 3 weeks unpaid
- 10 weeks paid
- 6 weeks unpaid
Pariveda Solutions Maternity Leave Comments
- "6 weeks fully paid parental leave and then an additional 6-8 for women depending on the state they work in. Health insurance paid in full for a family" - WorksinSF
- "Transparent pay scale and equal pay. Strong benefits and compensation package with both maternity and paternity leave. Supportive of women in the workplace and finding the balance between work and other aspects of life." - IntentionGirl543466
- "Pariveda provides paid short term and long term disability, as well as 6 weeks of paid parental leave. This was very helpful to me after I had my kids! Additionally, Pariveda allows employees to take a 6 month leave of absence, while maintaining your health benefits, so I was able to take some additional unpaid time off after my son was born. As a woman with a family, I REALLY appreciate our health benefits. Pariveda pays 100% of the insurance premiums for my family and contributes $2400 into my Health Savings Account annually. We actively look to hire more women into the firm and to grow them into leadership positions in the company. Three of our ten offices have women as the Managing Vice President, which is unusual in a tech company. I believe our CEO would like that number to be 50/50, ultimately. " - nscharhon
- "Pariveda provides paid Short Term and Long Term Disability, as well as 6 weeks of paid parental leave. This means that women are able to take 12 total weeks of paid time off following the birth of a child. We can also take another 3 months unpaid (while keeping our health benefits and paid cell phone plan active). " - nscharhon
- "3%" - Anonymous