maternity leave-paid or not?

E. Wijsman wijsman at u.washington.edu
Tue Aug 21 01:39:09 EST 2001


Yes, indeed.  At the Univ. of Washington for anyone who has been employed
for at least 1 year prior to taking leave, up to 90 calendar days paid
maternity leave may be requested.  The leave only covers time that the job
contract covers.  Some information on policies is on the web; see:
http://www.washington.edu/admin/acadpers/sickleave_familyleave.html

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On 17 Aug 2001, Fisher, Roxanne wrote:

>
> Dear Women-in-bio folks:
>
> Has anyone out there in academia gotten paid maternity leave?  I'm talking
> about 6 weeks or so.  I had no problem getting approval for maternity leave.
> I'm due 10/10 and have leave through the end of the fall semester, I'll
> start teaching again January 29th.  An adjunct will finish my courses for
> me.  The human resources people say they're "researching " whether I can get
> paid or not.  Staff get paid maternity leave by using their sick and
> vacation time, but I don't get sick and vacation time since my appointment
> is as a 9 month faculty member.  One faculty member had a baby last year,
> but she had her daughter 1 week before the semester ended.  Chatham is so
> small that apparently no other faculty have had babies during the school
> year or at least haven't for quite a long time.  I'd be interested to hear
> how maternity leave is handled for faculty at other colleges and
> universities.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Roxanne
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