Expectant Parent Seminar for CA Employees

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U.S. Expectant Parent Seminar
For California Employees
Mary Dolan Bell
The Larkin Company
What we will cover…
 How Much Time Can I Take?
– Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL)
– Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
– California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
 How Will I Receive Pay?
– CA Voluntary Disability Insurance (VDI)
– California Paid Family Leave (PFL)
– SFDC Paid Parental Leave
 Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time
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Benefits Continuation
Other Benefits & Resources
Applying For Leave
Who to Call For Questions & Answers?
How Much Time Can I Take?
Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL)
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Provision: PDL covers the period of actual disability (as
determined by physician) caused by pregnancy, childbirth or
related medical conditions up to a maximum of four months.
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Eligibility: Does not have a minimum length of service
requirement. All employees taking maternity leave are eligible.
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Interaction with other leaves: PDL runs concurrently with
FMLA.
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
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Provision: Allows for 12 weeks of job-protected time off for
the following reasons:
– Birth and care of the eligible employee's child, or placement for
adoption or foster care of a child with the employee;
– Care of an immediate family member (spouse/domestic partner*,
child, parent) who has a serious health condition; or
– Care of the employee's own serious health condition.
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Eligibility: employed by salesforce.com for at least 12
months and have worked at least 1,250 hours in the past 12
months.
***If you have not met the eligibility for FMLA/CFRA, you are still eligible to take
leave; however, your leave will not be subject to the provisions of FMLA/CFRA.
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Interaction with other leaves: FMLA runs concurrently
with CFRA.
*Domestic Partner is covered by CFRA only
How Will I Receive Pay?
Paid Benefits
 CA Voluntary Disability Insurance (VDI)
– Eligibility: must satisfy 7 consecutive calendar days of
waiting period. The waiting period is unpaid unless PTO
is used.
– Covers 70% of weekly earnings* up to $4,375 per week
for the first 180 days of disability
– Covers at the State Award Rate after 180 days
– Tax free benefit
Earnings*= On-Target Earnings
Paid Benefits
 CA Paid Family Leave (PFL) – For Bonding Leaves
– Eligibility: must satisfy a 7 calendar-days waiting period.
The waiting period is unpaid unless PTO is used.
– Waiting period is waived for a bonding leave following a
pregnancy leave.
– Provides 6 weeks of paid time for employees who take time
off work to care for a seriously ill parent, child,
spouse/domestic partner, or to bond with a new child within
one year of birth.
– PFL covers approx. 55% of weekly on-target earnings up to
$1,067/week for 6 weeks.
Paid Benefits
 SFDC Paid Parental Leave
– 4 weeks of pay at 80% of your weekly on-target earnings
up to a maximum of $5,000 per week
– For adoption and paternity leaves, there is a 7 calendar
day waiting period
– This benefit is coordinated with Paid Family Leave (PFL).
– For maternity leaves following pregnancy leave
period, the waiting period is waived.
Coordination of Leave
Time and Paid Time
Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time (CA)
Maternity Leave
Natural Delivery: Pay Schedule
Assuming the baby is born on
week 4 (Due Date)
Leave 0
Begin
1
4
PTO
VDI = 70% of pay
9 weeks
14
10
PFL + SFDC Paid
Parental = 80% of pay
4 weeks
16
PFL
2 weeks
55%
22
Unpaid or PTO
6 weeks
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
12 Weeks
Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL)
0
California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
12 Weeks
22
Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time (CA)
Maternity Leave
C-Section Delivery: Pay Schedule
Assuming the baby is born on
week 4 (Due Date)
Leave 0
Begin
1
4
PTO
VDI = 70% of pay
11 weeks
16
12
PFL + SFDC Paid
Parental = 80% of pay
4 weeks
18
PFL
2 weeks
55%
24
Unpaid or PTO
6 weeks
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
12 Weeks
Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL)
0
California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
12 Weeks
24
Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time (CA)
Parental Leave
Leave
Begin
0
5
1
PTO
PFL + SFDC Paid
Parental = 80% of
OTE
12
7
CA Paid Family
Leave
2 weeks
55%
Family Medical Leave Act
(FMLA)
12 Weeks
California Family Rights Act
(CFRA)
12 Weeks
Unpaid or PTO
5 Weeks
Maintenance of Benefits
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While you are on leave, your health benefits will be maintained
during the protected leave period given that you continue to make
benefit contributions.
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You have the option to catch up contributions upon return from leave
over 2 pay period.
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During any unpaid leave time, the employee will not accrue PTO,
make 401(k) contributions, and is ineligible for company 401(k)
match and paid holidays. If you have a 401(k) loan, please email
[email protected] for instructions on repayment.
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Stock Options and RSUs will continue to vest during the protected
leave period.
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ESPP – the money you have contributed toward the ESPP will be
used to purchase stock during the purchasing period.
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During leave, you will not be able to submit toward fitness or
education reimbursement programs.
Other Benefits & Resources
Aetna Beginnings Right Maternity Program
– Provides women with services, information and resources to help
improve pregnancy outcomes
– Educational information on prenatal care, labor and delivery,
newborn and baby care, post-partum depression, breastfeeding
and any pregnancy related issues
– For more information or to enroll: www.aetna.com or call
1.800.CRADLE.1
Kaiser Health Education Classes
– Various classes from pregnancy to post-partum
– Classes for fathers are also available
– Some classes are available to non-Kaiser members
– For more information: www.kp.org or call 415.833.4120
Other Benefits & Resources
Meals on SFDC:
– Salesforce.com provides a $250 allowance toward
take-out meals when you are home caring for your
newborn or newly adopted child. This will be paid
out the last day of the month when you begin leave.
Privacy Rooms
– The San Francisco and San Mateo offices have
privacy rooms for nursing mothers. To schedule a
time slot, please book on Outlook calendar under
“_Privacy”.
Other Benefits & Resources
Adoption Assistance Reimbursement
– Reimbursement up to $5,000 per child for eligible adoption
expenses related to adopting
– Eligible child(ren) must be under 18 years of age (or over 18
years of age if they are physically or mentally incapable of
caring for themselves)
Salesforce.com Child Care Center & Priority
Child Care Access
– San Francisco-based employees will have access to an
exclusive salesforce.com child care center on 220 Spear St.
– Priority to various CCLC (CA), KinderCare and Bright Horizons
centers
– Your waiting time will be determined by the age of your child
and the center
Other Benefits & Resources
Bright Horizons Back-Up Care Advantage
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Includes both back-up child care and adult/elder care.
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7 back up care days available per calendar year
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Co-pay of $15 per child or $25 per family for the center-based
care option; in-home care is $6 per hour, with a four-hour
minimum.
– To schedule care by phone or online:
– Phone: 1-877-BH-CARES (1-877-242-2737)
– Online:
https://register.brighthorizons.com/general/welcome.aspx
• Company User Name: salesforce
• Password: employee1
Chatter
Join the MommyForce Chatter Group (Fathers are welcomed).
Other Benefits & Resources
Cigna Behavioral Health (EAP): Articles & Information
– http://apps.cignabehavioral.com/home.html
– Go to Members  Login  Employer ID: salesforce
– Toll-Free: 888.371.1125
– Child Care Referral Service – Referral specialists can help
you locate child care providers in your area or near work
Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending
Account (FSA)
– Use pre-taxed dollars to pay for health care expenses not
covered by insurance and dependent care expenses (i.e.,
child care)
– Contribute up to $2,500/year for Health Care
– Contribute up to $5,000/year for Dependent Care FSA
– Note: Both you and your spouse have to be working FT
or your spouse is a FT student to use this benefit
Applying For Leave
Step 1: MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING LEAVE
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Call Mary, Lexi, or Kelsey at the Larkin Company at (650)938-0933 or (866)9233336 to file your leave claim
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Log onto TOM (Time-Off Manager) in Org 62 if you are planning to take any PTO
during the eligibility waiting period or any unpaid time throughout the leave.
STEP 2: ADDING THE BABY OR CHILD IN BENEFITS
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Enroll baby in benefit by logging in to Workday within 30 days of event. You must
use your salesforce.com laptop and VPN to access Workday.
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Use your network ID and password to log into Workday. Go to Benefits  Change
Benefits  Benefit Event Type = Birth/Adoption/Legal Guardianship. The event
date is the date the adoption is finalized.
STEP 3: RETURNING FROM LEAVE
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Please let Mary, Lexi, or Kelsey know once you are ready to return to work.
**For detailed step-by-step process, please go to http://www.getsalesforcebenefits.com
 Your Benefits  Time off and Leaves
http://www.getsalesforcebenefits.com
Who to Call For Questions & Answers?
Please Contact:
The Larkin Company
Mary Dolan Bell (Last name starts with A-L)
[email protected]
Kelsey Snider (Last name starts with M-Q)
[email protected]
Lexi Christian (Last name starts with R-Z)
[email protected]
Local: (650) 938-0933
Toll free: (866) 923-3336
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