Time away from work programs are available to support your personal wellbeing, ability to recharge, observe personal choice holidays, and take care of your families when needed. Activision Blizzard King provides generous vacation, sick time, floating holidays, company observed holidays, and an annual winter shutdown for our employees. Employees requiring extended time away from work for the addition of a child to their family, bereavement time, time for active duty or reserve military, or Compassion leave to spend with an immediate family member in the last year of their life are also supported. Full policies on time away from work can be found on the HR Knowledge Base.
All full time regular US employees receive 20 days vacation accrued annually.
You are eligible for nine days (or 72 hours) of health pay each year (prorated from date of hire). Health pay is granted January 1st or upon your hire date.
Each calendar year the Company provides paid holidays
You will receive up to two floating holidays annually based on your date of hire. These days can be used for a federal holiday not currently on the company calendar, days that have religious or cultural significance, or your birthday.
Leave of Absence
Receive a minimum of 10-weeks fully paid leave of absence time for the following: The birth or adoption of a child, Compassion leave to spend with an immediate family member with a terminal diagnosis and is in their last year of life, and Extended Bereavement in the event of a loss of an immediate family member.
Active full-time regular and temporary employees can receive up to 10 days of paid jury duty each year over a rolling twelve (12) month consecutive period.
Active full-time regular and temporary employees are eligible for up to two (2) hours of paid time off for the purpose of voting if they do not have sufficient time outside of working hours to vote.
The Company offers benefits programs and services to support your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. To further meet your needs, a variety of options are available through our leaves of absence programs. Leaves are granted and administered in accordance with federal/state laws.
Family and Medical Leave
Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) allows eligible employees to take job-protected, unpaid time off for up to 12 work weeks in a rolling 12-month period measured backward from the date your leave begins. FMLA leave can be used for:
Full-time regular and part-time (30 hours or more/week) employees are eligible for up to 10 weeks of paid parental leave, in addition to any other applicable state and federal leave programs, to care for and bond with a newborn or newly adopted child. Parental Leave includes:
Full-time regular and part-time (30 hours or more/week) employees are eligible for up to 10 weeks of paid compassion leave, in addition to any other applicable state and federal leave programs, to care for and spend time with a spouse/domestic partner, child/step-child or parent/step-parent who is terminally ill with life expectancy at 12 months or less.
Extended Bereavement Leave
Full-time regular and part-time (30 hours or more/week) employees are eligible for up to 10 weeks of paid extended bereavement leave, in the event of an unexpected, sudden death of a spouse/domestic partner or child/stepchild.
Personal Leave of Absence
Personal leaves of absences are granted on a discretionary basis for a maximum period of up to 180 days. Personal leaves are unpaid and unprotected, and you may be required to use any available accrued time.
Military Leave/Reserve Duty
If you enter active military duty in the U.S. Armed Services or National Guard or are required to attend training as a member of a reserve unit, you will be eligible for a leave of absence based on federal and state law. Where applicable, the Company provides eligible employees with military differential pay (the difference between normal base compensation and the pay received while on military duty). Please be sure to provide your manager and HR with the military orders calling you to active duty or other proof as far in advance of departure as possible.
Military Exigency Leave of absence is for any qualifying exigency arising when a family member, who is a covered service member, is deployed for active military service.
Military Caregiver Leave may be taken to care for spouse, child, parent, or “next of kin” who is a covered service member with a serious injury or illness.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and other comparable state laws such as the Fair Employment Housing Act (FEHA - CA Only), the Company may provide an employee who has a physical or mental disability or impairment, with a workplace modification or adjustment – an accommodation – that will enable the employee to perform the essential functions of their position. A leave of absence may be a form of reasonable accommodation.
If you are in need of a workplace accommodation, please reach out to Accommodations@ActivisionBlizzard.com
To Request a Leave of Absence
For questions or further assistance, please contact Leaves@ActivisionBlizzard.com.
The above list is intended to provide high-level detail on leave options that may be available. For more details, please see our Leave of Absence Policy.