The takeaway

Life happens, right? That’s why Okta offers several types of leave—paid and unpaid.

Below is a summary of different types of leave we offer, in many cases, in conjunction with federal, state, and local laws. Refer to the Okta Employee Handbook (U.S.), available on the Okta People Wiki, for all the details (including the number of days/weeks you may be away) and eligibility information.

Family medical leave

Provides employees job protection when they need to take time off for family and medical situations, including their own serious health condition.

Military service and training leave

Provides job and income protection for members of the uniformed services when called to duty or to satisfy reserve training.

PTO for sick leave

Provides paid time off for preventive care needs or for taking care of yourself or your family when sick.

Bereavement leave

Provides up to 5 days for immediate family members and up to 3 days for non-immediate family members.

Jury service/witness leave

Provides paid time off for jury duty or serving as a witness.

Time off to vote

Provides paid time off to vote in a state or federal election.

Military family leave

Provides paid time off in the event your spouse deploys during a military conflict.

California Civil Air Patrol leave

Provides paid time off for the California Wing of the Civil Air Patrol responding to an emergency operational mission.

Volunteer emergency responder leave

Provides paid time off for volunteer fighters or emergency rescue personnel who respond to an emergency summons.

Crime victim leave

Provides paid time off if you or your family member is a victim of serious crime.

Victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking leave

Provides paid time off to obtain services and counseling or to take actions to increase safety related to domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.

Bone marrow/organ donation leave

Provides paid time off for blood marrow or organ donation.

Rehabilitation leave

Provides accommodation for employees who voluntarily enter and participate in an alcohol and/or drug rehabilitation program.

Time off for school visitation

Provides unpaid time off for school visits and events, including parent-teacher conferences, school plays, sports events, and other school events.