Leave Strategy and Transformation Survey: Other Leave Programs

As large employers continue to focus on all areas of employee well-being, many recognize the need to offer additional paid leave options beyond PTO, vacation/sick leave or legal requirements.

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This report identifies leading practices, shared priorities and challenges, and insights on how leave programs will transform in the coming years.

Key Takeaways

  • Nearly all large employers currently offer paid jury or court leave, military leave and federal holidays.
  • For 2021/2022, some large employers are considering adding paid leave for volunteering, sabbaticals, pet care, attending employer-sponsored well-being programs, and business closure between Christmas and New Year’s.

As large employers continue to focus on all areas of employee well-being, many recognize the need to offer additional paid leave options beyond PTO, vacation/sick leave or legal requirements. Most employers currently offer paid jury or court leave (97%), military leave (90%) and federal holidays ( 87%); this leave package will hold steady for 2021/2022. However, some large employers are considering enhancing their paid lead offerings further to include floating holidays, volunteer leave, sabbaticals, leave to attend employer-sponsored well-being programs and company-wide closures between Christmas and New Year’s.

Leave Strategy and Transformation Survey: Other Leave Programs

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