“Enhancing parental leave has a significant impact in terms of improving productivity, retention, and employee morale,” Morgan Stanley’s David Stark tells JUST Capital.
While 41% of companies offer paid parental leave for working dads, they receive, on average, three weeks fewer than mothers.
In recognition of Mother’s Day, here are the top three companies that go above and beyond on paid parental leave, dependent care, and more.
“Investing in your people, to me, is a really critical component to being a successful company,” HPE’s vice president of benefits, culture, and people experience told JUST Capital.
A majority of Americans we polled think companies need to offer 12 weeks of paid parental leave to all workers. Just 9% of the largest U.S. companies currently offer parity of 12 weeks or more to both caregivers.
By expanding paid parental leave benefits, companies have an opportunity to generate outsized impact for workers and their bottom line.
Our own Tolu Lawrence, JUST Capital’s Managing Director of Programs and Partnerships and Head of Corporate Impact, is launching our new Corporate Care Network to help company leaders dedicated to advancing access to and awareness of care benefits.
HPE, Etsy, Dropbox, Netflix, and Lululemon Athletica are leading when it comes to paid parental leave policies among Russell 1000 companies.
Whether they are working from home full time or part time, or are on the frontline, they have to – in an unprecedented way – find a balance between supporting their families and ensuring their kids are learning.
BRT companies are more likely to offer paid parental leave, although they provide fewer weeks of leave compared to their peers.
Most people focus on salary when considering a new job, but you can’t ignore the financial value of a robust benefits package. Here are a few policies worth looking into.
Companies have a big role to play in creating economic opportunity for more Americans.
These companies provide equal leave to both mothers and fathers – an increasingly common practices among companies that is shown to benefit working families in a myriad of ways.
We release our new list of the 100 companies doing the most to support healthy communities, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
We’re highlighting the top ten from our list of 100 U.S. Companies Supporting Communities and Families and some recent initiatives.
Within the context of a changing world at work, corporate leaders, workers, and the public are shifting their view on the responsibility of business. How are companies serving our most pressing social needs?
Most mothers don’t receive the kind of workplace support they need to balance care for their families with bringing their full selves to work.
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