GitLab does not plan to offer Private Health Insurance at this time because all the Korean team members will be covered by a statutory benefit known as National Health Insurance (NHI). This health insurance scheme covers all the team members and their family members.
GitLab does not plan to offer pension benefit at this time as team members registered to the Korea's Social Security Program are also registered with the National Pension Scheme.
GitLab does not plan to offer life insurance at this time as team members can access the benefits from Social insurance system.
Maternity Leave: Team member can take up to 90 days (120 days in case of multiple births). The start date can be agreed by the employer and team member, however 45 (60 in the case of multiple births) calendar days of leave must be taken immediately after the date of delivery.
Maternity leave should be granted even in the case of miscarriage or stillbirth as follows:
Paternity Leave: Team members can take 10 days of Paternity Leave after the delivery date. The Paternity Leave can be used within 90 days after the delivery date and this leave can be used separately, split into a maximum of two periods.
Parental Leave (Child Care Leave): Parents who have worked for an employer for more than one year may be eligible for parental leave.
The first 60 days (75 days in case of multiple births) are calculated based on the regular wage by the employer and the remaining 30 days are covered by the Employment Insurance Fund. If you are eligible, GitLab will supplement insurance payments to ensure you receive 100% pay for up to 16 weeks of your Parental Leave.
If you are eligible, you will receive 100% paid Parental Leave from GitLab for up to 16 weeks.
To initiate your parental leave, submit your time off by selecting the
Parental Leave category in PTO by Roots at least 30 days before your leave starts. Please familiarize yourself with GitLab's Parental Leave policy.