The 50 Best Places to Work for New Dads: PwC

Fatherly‘s annual “Best Places To Work For New Dads” ranking tracks the progress of the 50 companies doing the most to help American fathers balance work and family life. Every company on our list offers exceptional benefits, including paid leave, access to child care subsidies or programs, and flexible time policies. Though the list changes every year, the overall trend among businesses actively engaging with the demand of fathers is positive. The average number of paid weeks off given to new fathers by companies on the list has, over the course of only two years, gone from four to 11, a 275 percent increase.

Naturally, many companies are appearing on this list for the third time. Corporations that are committed to helping parents tend to remain committed to helping parents. That’s good news for the employees of…

PwC

Professional services provider PriceWaterhouseCoopers (of Oscars fame/infamy) promises six weeks paid time off for birth or adoption (plus an additional 2 weeks if parents have or adopt more than one child) and provides work-life resources, including access to parenting circles.

  • Headquarters: New York, NY
  • Number of employees: 45,000
  • Paid Paternity Leave: 6 weeks
  • Industry: Legal & Consulting
  • 2016 Rank: 26

Notable Father-Friendly Policies And Practices

  • The “Just-In-Case” program helps parents prepare for worst-case scenarios, specifically facilitating backup dependent care. Employees are eligible for up to $1000 of backup care costs per year.
  • PwC offers employees up to $6000 to defray adoption fees.
  • PwC offers a national support group for caregivers of individuals with special needs or disabilities.

2017 Rank: 35

For more context and more information on the companies working to help fathers, check out the complete 50 Best Places to Work for New Dads ranking, a breakdown of this year’s stats, an explanation or Fatherly‘s methodology, the story of Patagonia’s new revolutionary child care program, and our deep dive on the state of the modern American paternity leave experience.

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