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Ernst & Young: Top 10 companies for working mothers
September 18, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Ernst & Young LLP has ranked in the top 10 on Working Mother’s 2012 Working Mother 100 Best Companies list, and was also inducted into Working Mother magazine’s Hall of Fame, demonstrating the firm’s continued commitment to women’s advancement and showcasing its programs and policies that benefit working parents.
Ernst & Young continually evaluates and improves upon its programs that support its people in making their busy lives easier, both professionally and personally. To assist working parents, Ernst & Young LLP offers a generous parental leave package, personal financial planning, college coaching, a comprehensive one-stop resource for life-management services, and four-day weekends around major US holidays. Flexibility is embedded in Ernst & Young’s culture, empowering teams to help each other navigate day-to-day flexibility around how, when and where work gets done. The firm also offers formal flexible work arrangements for those who need them.
Karyn Twaronite, Americas Inclusiveness Officer, Ernst & Young comments:
“We are so proud to again be listed among the top 10 companies for working mothers,” she said. “This recognition not only highlights our ongoing commitment to our working parents and women, it reinforces our dedication to fostering a flexible and inclusive work environment that ultimately benefits all of our people. At Ernst & Young, we want to do everything we can to help our people succeed personally and professionally.”