Leaves of Absence

If you're having a baby, injured or caring for a family member, you may need to be away from work. Each of the leaves outlined below have specific details on eligibility, pay and job protection, and the process you must follow to report and manage your leave. For more information, go to Insight.

Adoption

You are eligible for up to 26 weeks.

This leave is paid by NII for 15 weeks and by Intuit for four weeks. The remaining seven weeks is unpaid.

Child Care, Spousal and Aged Person

After one year of service, you are eligible for a maximum of 90 days (including sick time) to care for a child under age 18 who has an incurable disease or is disabled. You can also use up to 60 of the days to care for a spouse who has an incurable disease.

This leave is paid if you have sick days. Otherwise, it is unpaid.

Maternity

You are eligible for up to 26 weeks.

This leave is paid by NII for 15 weeks and by Intuit for four weeks. The remaining seven weeks is unpaid.

Personal

Personal leaves may be granted at Intuit's sole discretion if you are ineligible for, or have exhausted, all other available leaves. If you have completed 6 months of continuous service, you may be granted a personal leave. If you have completed less than 6 months of continuous, full-time service, you are not eligible for a personal leave. Personal leaves may be granted for a minimum of 10 days and a maximum of 6 months.

This leave is unpaid.

Unpaid Parental

As a female employee, you are eligible for up to a maximum of 12 months of leave. If you are a male employee, you are eligible for up to a maximum of 12 months.

This leave is unpaid.