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Best companies for working moms

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Best companies for working moms

Just because you’re a mom doesn’t mean you have to put your career on hold—and anyone who tells you otherwise has another thing coming.

Like the saying goes, a mother’s work is never done—especially when changing diapers or packing school lunches isn’t your only job.

But balancing a career with motherhood doesn’t have to be unnecessarily hard, either. And some companies just get that more than others, as Working Mother magazine’s annual list of best companies for working moms proves.

Every company on the magazine’s list offers paid maternity leave—averaging nine weeks of fully paid maternity leave in 2016, up from eight weeks in 2015 and seven the year before—while 97% of the companies offer paid time off for adoption, and 96% give paid leave to new fathers. Telecommuting, sponsorship programs, and child care are a few amenities the majority of the companies also offer.

Click through the alphabetical list below to see if one of the companies would be a good fit for you—and your family.

Best companies for working mothers:

  1. A.T. Kearney
  2. Abbott Laboratories

  3. AbbVie

  4. Accenture

  5. ADP

  6. The Advisory Board Company

  7. Allianz Life Insurance

  8. Arnold & Porter

  9. Astellas

  10. Avon

  11. Bain & Co.

  12. Bank of America

  13. Baptist Health South Florida

  14. Barclays

  15. BDO

  16. Blue Cross Blue Shield

  17. Boehringer Ingelheim

  18. Bon Secours Virginia Health System

  19. Booz Allen Hamilton

  20. The Boston Consulting Group

  21. Bristol-Myers Squibb

  22. CA Technologies

  23. Capital One

  24. Cardinal Health

  25. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

  26. Citi

  27. Colgate-Palmolive

  28. Deloitte

  29. Diageo

  30. DigitasLBi

  31. Discovery Communications

  32. The Dow Chemical Company

  33. Dow Jones

  34. DuPont

  35. Eli Lilly and Company

  36. Ernst & Young

  37. Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner

  38. Finra

  39. First Horizon National

  40. Freddie Mac

  41. General Electric

  42. Genentech

  43. General Mills

  44. Goldman Sachs

  45. Grant Thornton

  46. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield

  47. HP

  48. IBM

  49. Intel

  50. Johnson & Johnson

  51. JPMorgan Chase

  52. Katten Muchin Rosenman

  53. KPMG

  54. Lego Systems

  55. Leo Burnett

  56. Lexmark International

  57. L’Oreal

  58. March of Dimes Foundation

  59. MassMutual Financial Group

  60. McKinsey & Co.

  61. Merck

  62. MetLife

  63. Moffitt Cancer Center

  64. Monsanto

  65. Moody’s

  66. Morgan Stanley

  67. Moss Adams

  68. New York Life Insurance

  69. Northwestern Memorial Healthcare

  70. Novartis Pharmaceuticals

  71. Novo Nordisk

  72. Ogilvy & Mather

  73. Oliver Wyman

  74. Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman

  75. PNC

  76. Pricewaterhouse Coopers

  77. Principal

  78. Procter & Gamble

  79. Prudential Financial

  80. Roche Diagnostics

  81. RSM

  82. Ryan

  83. S&P Global

  84. SC Johnson

  85. Scripps Health

  86. Takeda Pharmaceuticals

  87. Texas Instruments

  88. TIAA

  89. TriHealth

  90. Turner Broadcasting

  91. UBS

  92. Unilever

  93. University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics

  94. Verizon

  95. Vertex Pharmaceuticals

  96. Viacom

  97. WellStar Health System

  98. Yale University

  99. Zoetis

  100. Zurich


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