Fatherly’s 50 Best Places To Work For New Dads is a snapshot of the changing American workplace. As the nation’s companies catch up with the realities of their employees, this is a chance to take stock of who’s leading, who’s following and who doesn’t know the race has started. The list is by no means comprehensive, but it’s full of interesting ideas, programs and policies, which recognize that increased parity between men and women at work requires increased parity between women and men at home. Maybe you’ll read this and think your company deserves a mention (in which case, we hope you’ll let us know); maybe you’ll read it and decide you need a new job. Either way, you’ll hopefully have a better idea of what progress looks like. More importantly, so will corporate HR directors everywhere.
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- What’s At Stake, By Stew Friedman, Director Of Wharton’s Work/Life Integration Project
- Resources and Credits