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Growing Families

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.

Growing Family Benefits

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

Paid 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 an HR ServiceNow ticket (Category: Benefits) at least 30 days in advance of your time off to schedule a meeting with the Leave of Absence Specialist. During the meeting, the Leave of Absence Coordinator will provide you with an overview of the leave process, answer your questions, and provide you with a Marvell Baby Onesie. Post a photo of your Marvell Baby on the #marvell-brand Slack channel!

*Eligibility requirements for the 12 weeks of paid leave can be found in the Leave of Absence Guides and the U.S. Employee Handbook on HR ServiceNow.

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. 

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). 

Free SNOO Rental

Employees receive a free 6-month infant safe sleep bassinet rental, SNOO by Happiest Baby. The newborn phase is hard, but we hope that SNOO will help employees rest easier knowing their baby is safely resting on its back.

Mothers' Rooms

Creating a plan before returning to work can help you feel more confident to return and achieve your goals. 

Additional Resources For New And Expectant Parents

Baby Blues

You aren't alone - 1 out of every 8 women has postpartum depression (PPD) after giving birth. 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.

Dealing With Grief