Taking extended time away from work for your health or family needs, and for other reasons, is available through the leave of absence program.

If you’re considering requesting a leave of absence, here are the steps you should take:

  1. Visit the People Portal for details about the policy.
  2. Talk to your manager about your leave and anticipated time out.
  3. Contact Prudential, our leave of absence administrator, at 877-FOR-PRU1 (877-367-7781) to initiate a leave request. You may also submit your request online at www.prudential.com/mybenefits (use control number 71041). Your request should be started at least 30 days in advance of your estimated leave start date.

Parental Leaves | Medical/Disability Leave | Family and Medical Leave | Military Leave

Workplace Illness or Injury

If you’re injured on the job or have a workplace-related illness, the Nutanix workers’ compensation program is there to take care of you. Learn more.

Parental Leaves

Maternity/Pregnancy Leave

Maternity/pregnancy leave is available to provide you time away to recover and spend time with your family during a joyful time. A birth parent can take up to 14 weeks of 100% paid leave for time away during pregnancy, delivery, and recovery time after childbirth.

Maternity/pregnancy leave is provided in addition to parental/baby bonding leave. You may be eligible for additional time off depending on your state of residence. Learn more.

Parental/Baby Bonding Leave

Take up to eight weeks of 100% paid leave to bond with your new family member. This leave can be taken within the first year after a child’s birth, adoption, or foster care placement. Learn more.

Medical/Disability Leave

A medical leave is available when you become ill, injured, or disabled and are unable to work for more than five consecutive business days. A medical leave may run concurrently with other applicable state, local, and/or company leave(s), including FMLA. Learn more.

Family and Medical Leave

Sometimes you need to take an extended period of time away from work due to a medical reason, to bond with a new baby, or to care for a close family member with a serious health condition.

Through the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), you may be eligible for 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave during a 12-month period. FMLA runs concurrently with other applicable state, local, and/or company leave(s), including leaves that provide pay. Learn more about eligibility and how to apply.

Military Leave

To support your service to our country, you may be eligible for an approved leave of absence consistent with the requirements of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA). Learn more.