This Ivy League university treats both staff and teaching faculty with top-notch family-friendly benefits.
LOCATION: Cambridge, MA
INDUSTRY: Higher Education
FERTILITY BENEFITS: Up to 6 cycles IUI and 6 cycles of IVF; if a new cause of infertility is discovered and treated, consideration may be given to additional cycles; unlimited prescription fertility drugs
ADOPTION BENEFITS: $5,000 per adoption/$6,000 special needs, no lifetime cap
LEAVE: Different policies for staff and faculty. Staff: 8 weeks paid short-term disability for birth mother, plus 1 week accrued leave and 1 to 4 weeks paid parental leave (70-100%, based on years of service); adoptive parents, 1 week in accrued leave and 1 to 4 weeks paid parental leave; birth fathers, 1 to 4 weeks paid parental leave; all new staff parents can request up to 1 year of unpaid leave. Faculty leave policies differ from school to school, but cannot fall below this minimum: Primary caregiver (of birth or adopted child) receives 1 semester teaching relief or 2 semesters at half-teaching (both options at full pay)
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