Take “me time” when you need it
We have programs to help you take time off to care for what really matters in your life – whether that means a visit to the doctor, taking care of a family member, or just some “me time.” ServiceNow also provides several Leaves of Absence (LOAs) for certain personal situations, like welcoming a new member of the family.
US Paid Time Off (PTO)/Sick Time
ServiceNow recognizes that you need time off from work to relax, recharge, and take care of personal business, which is why all full-time employees can take time off when they need it. Note: hourly employees accrue nine days of Sick Time a year up to a maximum of 72 hours.
ServiceNow observes 12 paid holidays each year—and sometimes adds an extra day depending on where a designated holiday falls in the week.
Bereavement Time Off
If an immediate family member passes away, you can take up to five days off to grieve.
ServiceNow encourages all employees to support the cause(s) that matter to them by providing 20 hours of paid “volunteer time” each year.
If you are selected to report for Jury Duty, you will still be eligible for your ServiceNow pay.
Leaves of Absence
Paid parental leave is available to all new parents to bond with the new addition to their family. Birthing parents are granted up to 20 weeks of full base pay and all other new parents are granted up to 12 weeks of full basepay.
Family Care Leave
If a close relative falls ill, you can take 12 weeks of time off to care for them: six weeks of paid leave and six weeks of unpaid leave.