When it comes to your growing family, the more resources and guidance, the better!  Marvell offers a wide variety of services that can benefit you and your growing family.

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Contents: 

Growing Family Benefits

Planning Your Time Off

Adding Baby to Your Marvell Benefits

How Much Will a Delivery Cost?

Resources for Expectant and New Parents

Baby Blues and Dealing with Grief

Growing Family Benefits

There are lots of different ways to start a family - and Marvell wants to help your family grow.  

Time Off When Baby Arrives

Time off to bond with a new born, adopted child, or child placed in your care is important, which is why Marvell provides up to 12 weeks of paid time off to care for and bond with a new child.  Create a case using the HR Service Center (Category: Benefits) 30 days in advance of baby's due date/placement date to schedule a meeting to talk about your time off options and to receive a small congratulatory gift from Marvell.

Adding Baby to Your Marvell Benefits

You will have 31 days from the date your baby is born to add baby to your insurance plans as well as add or increase a Health Care FSA election. To do so:
  1. Once baby is born go to the Benefits Enrollment Site, click on Family Status Change, and follow the steps outlined to update your benefits.
  2. Your benefit changes will not be approved until you provide proof documentation of your baby's birth.  Email the proof documentation to Marvell's benefits administrator, Proview, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to finalize your benefit changes.  Visit the Who is Elgible? page for a list of acceptable documents.

Update Your Benefits

How Much Will a Delivery Cost?

Under Marvell's insurance plans all prenatal doctor's visits - across all three trimesters - are covered at 100% by your insurance (no copay). 

For more information about costs associated with pregnancy and delivery, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Additional Resources for Expectant and New Parents

Baby Blues

You aren't alone - 1 out of every 8 women has postpartum depression (PPD) after giving birth, and studies show that women of South Asian decent may be at a higher risk.  Some symptoms of PPD include: overwhelming sadness, lack of bonding or attachment to baby, extreme impatience, irritability and anger, oversleeping or under sleeping, and overeating or under eating.

Don't suffer in silence - there are resources available to help you recognize and seek assistance for your feelings after your child's birth.  You may also be eligible for additional time off from work plus disability pay - please create a case using the HR Services Center for additional information on time off options (your communication will be kept confidential). 

Additional Resources:

Dealing with Grief

If you have dealt with a loss, you may be eligible for Bereavement Leave (up to 20 days paid time off) or a leave of absence - visit the HR Service Center for more information (your communication will be kept confidential).

When you are ready, there are resources to help.  Marvell's counseling services offers free, confidential counseling sessions for you and your partner. Visit the March of Dimes website for additional resources.