Take Your Kids to Work Day gives the next generation of EFers opportunities to design T-shirts (with markers) and learn about how clothing is created. Tom Grace, production manager, presides.
Benefits: Connection to Families
Whether an employee is a birth mother or a primary caregiver of a newly adopted child, we want to support new parents in the early stages of bonding with their child. The amount of paid leave following the birth/adoption of a child ranges from eight to twelve weeks based on length of service, after a minimum of six months of employment.
We also want to support new fathers and non-primary caregivers in the early stages of bonding with their child. An employee may receive up to three weeks of paid leave following the birth or adoption of a child.
Domestic Partner Coverage:
We provide medical and dental insurance coverage for same and opposite gender domestic partners. This coverage also extends to the children of domestic partners.
Reimbursement for adoption expenses is available up to a maximum of $10,000 per adoption.
We acknowledge the difficulty of personal loss and the time employees may need for bereavement. Employees may take up to three (3) days paid bereavement leave in the event of the death of a member of their immediate family.
Flexible Work Arrangements:
Employees may develop individualized work arrangements, dependent upon the nature of their jobs and in conjunction with their managers. These arrangements may include a flexible work schedule, a compressed work week, reduced hours, or the ability to work from home.