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To make life easier, the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies provides Time Off and Leave of Absence Programs to help you meet your work, family, and personal needs. See how they work.

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  • To learn which policies apply when you have a life event—such as the birth of a child—see our What If? Roadmaps.
  • For specific Company, state, and local Time Off and Leave of Absence policies see:
    • The (OurSource™) portal at www.OurSource.biz.
    • The Plan Details/Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs) on the Your Benefits Resources™ Web site (YBR). Log on to YBR at http://resources.hewitt.com/jnjbsc, and then click Plan Information at the top of the page.
  • If you have questions about your Leave of Absence, call Reed Group, the Company’s Leave of Absence Service Administrator, at 1-866-829-8861.
  • To request Time Off or a Leave of Absence, contact your Supervisor and/or Reed Group depending on the type of leave or time off you need.
  • For information and resources to help you balance your work, family, and personal life, visit LIFE 360™ on the Pulse. (You must be logged on to the Johnson & Johnson network to access this site.)
  • For support with personal, family, or workplace problems, contact the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). You can connect to the EAP through your on-site EAP counselor or by calling 1-800-491-1700 (select Option 1, then Prompt 2 for EAP).
  • For support with flexibility and everyday issues, contact Ceridian LifeWorks™. You can connect to LifeWorks by calling 1-800-491-1700 (select Option 1, then Prompt 4 for Work, Family, & Personal Life Services). You can also connect to LifeWorks online at www.lifeworks.com (user ID: jj; password: jamboree).

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Important: You Need Your Supervisor’s Approval!

You must have your Supervisor’s approval to take Time Off or a Leave of Absence, unless otherwise stated on this Web site. Certain Leaves of Absence may require approval by Reed Group, the Company’s Leave of Absence Service Administrator.

Unreported or unexcused time away from work will be unpaid and subject to disciplinary action.