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1 U.S. Expectant Parent Seminar For Non-California Employees The Larkin Company ​

2 How Much Time Can I Take? Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) How Will I Receive Pay? Short Term Disability (STD) SFDC Paid Parental Leave Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time Benefits & Resources Applying For Leave What we will cover…

3 How Much Time Can I Take?

4 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, child, parent) who has a serious health condition; or Care of the employee's own serious health condition. Eligibility: employed by salesforce 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, you are still eligible to take leave; however, your leave will not be subject to the provisions of FMLA. Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

5 How Will I Receive Pay?

6 ​ Short Term Disability (STD) Company Paid Benefit Eligibility: must satisfy 7 consecutive calendar days of waiting period. The waiting period is unpaid unless PTO is used. Covers 80% of weekly earnings* up to $5,000 per week for 180 days maximum Earnings* = On-Target Earnings Paid Benefits

7 ​ 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 other income replacement benefits, such as New Jersey Family Leave Insurance (FLI) or Rhode Island Temporary Caregiver Insurance (TCI). For maternity leaves following pregnancy leave period, the waiting period is waived. Paid Benefits

8 Coordination of Leave Time and Paid Time

9 Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time Maternity Leave Leave Begin PTO STD = 80% of pay 5 weeks SFDC Paid Parental = 80% of pay 4 weeks 01 Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) 12 Weeks 6 10 Natural Delivery : Pay Schedule The baby’s date of birth 12

10 Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time Maternity Leave Leave Begin PTO STD = 80% of pay 7 weeks SFDC Paid Parental = 80% of OTE 4 weeks 01 Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) 12 Weeks 8 12 C-Section Delivery : Pay Schedule The baby’s date of birth.

11 Coordination of Leave Laws and Paid Time Parental Leave Leave Begin PTO SFDC Paid Parental = 80% of OTE 0 1 Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) 12 Weeks 512 Unpaid or PTO 7 Weeks The baby’s date of birth.

12 Benefits & Resources

13 While you are on leave, your health benefits will be maintained during the protected leave period given that you continue to make benefit contributions. 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 for instructions on repayment. Stock Options and RSUs will continue to vest during the protected leave period. ESPP – the money you have contributed toward the ESPP will be used to purchase stock during the purchasing period. During leave, you will not be able to submit toward fitness or education reimbursement programs. Maintenance of Benefits

14 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: or call CRADLE.1www.aetna.com 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: or call www.kp.org Benefits & Resources

15 Meals on salesforce: Salesforce provides a $250 allowance toward take-out meals when you are home caring for your newborn or newly adopted child. You do not need to apply for this benefit. A separate check will be direct deposited to your bank account at the end of the month in which you began leave. Privacy Rooms To schedule a time slot, please book on Google calendar; search word “Privacy”. Benefits & Resources

16 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) Benefits & Resources

17 Bright Horizons Back-Up Care Advantage Includes both back-up child care and adult/elder care. 7 back up care days available per calendar year 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: BH-CARES ( ) Online: https://register.brighthorizons.com/general/welcome.aspxhttps://register.brighthorizons.com/general/welcome.aspx Company User Name: salesforce Password: employee1 Chatter Join the ParentForce Chatter Group. Benefits & Resources

18 Cigna Behavioral Health (EAP): Articles & Information Go to Members  Login  Employer ID: salesforce Toll-Free: 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 $2,550 year for Health Care Contribute up to $2,500 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 Benefits & Resources

19 Applying For Leave

20 Step 1: MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING LEAVE Call the Larkin Company at (650) or (866) to file your leave claim If you are planning to take any PTO during the eligibility waiting period or any unpaid time throughout the leave, please provide that time to the Larkin Company. STEP 2: ADDING THE BABY OR CHILD IN BENEFITS 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. Use Aloha to log into Workday. Please reference this guide. The event date is the date the adoption is finalized.guide STEP 3: RETURNING FROM LEAVE Please let the Larkin Company know once you are ready to return to work. **For details on the process, please go Aloha: Then, Your Benefits  Time off and Leaves. Applying For Leave

21 ​ Please Contact: The Larkin Company Local: (650) Toll free: (866) Who to Call For Questions & Answers?

22 Thank you


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