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Working Mother Magazine Names Astellas Among 100 Best Companies in the U.S. Across All Industries

Astellas ranked in recognition of its commitment and support for working mothers
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NORTHBROOK, Ill., September 25, 2018 /3BL Media/ -- Astellas was named one of the 2018 "100 Best Companies" by Working Mother magazine for its commitment to establishing a corporate culture supportive of working moms and their families.

Here's How Six Companies Take The Lead Supporting Working Mothers

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VMware has distinguished itself among the 2017 JUST Capital Rankings as a leader in supporting working mothers.

The article, posted on Forbes, found that of the 875 companies ranked, VMware was among six companies that:

Fully Paid Parental Leave for Duke Energy’s Moms, Dads

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Duke Energy in 2017 began offering its employees fully paid parental leave – totaling six weeks – to bolster workfamily balance and help attract and retain highly skilled workers.

The new benefit catapulted Duke Energy to near the front of the pack among the nation’s largest electric utilities, many of which do not offer dedicated paid parental leave.

Under Duke Energy’s new benefit – available to both mothers and fathers – an employee can start the six-week paid leave any time within the first 16 weeks after the birth, adoption or foster care placement of a child.

Bloomberg Benefits: Among the Most Generous Parental Leave Policies at Major U.S. News Organizations, According to Columbia Journalism Review

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February 8, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Bloomberg has always aimed to provide world class benefits to employees: It’s been a business imperative that has helped propel the company to reach its 36th consecutive year of revenue growth in 2017.

Twenty five years after the U.S. Congress passed the Family and Medical Leave Act, Columbia Journalism Review is out this week with an article looking at how U.S. news organizations stack up in parental leave policies.

Nestlé’s Parent Support Spotlight on Michael: Taking the Time You Need as a New Foster Dad

“Paid parental leave meant we could give our foster kids the attention they need.”
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by Michael, Forklift Operator at Nestlé Purina

Kimberly-Clark Named to Working Mother’s “100 Best Companies”

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Kimberly-Clark is proud to join Working Mother magazine’s “100 Best Companies” for 2017, which recognizes companies for leadership in creating progressive programs to help employees balance work and family. The magazine cited Kimberly-Clark’s support for flexible work arrangements, paid leave and child care programs, and advancement opportunities for women.

Nestlé’s Parent Support Spotlight on Tyler: Building Your Relationship as a New Dad

“I want other dads to be able to have that time to bond with their child.”
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by Tyler, Unit Operator at Nestlé Purina

I have been a unit operator in packing and production at the Purina factory in Davenport, Iowa for five years now. When my wife had our first daughter, Emmalyn, a few months after I started, I took one week of vacation and one week of unpaid time off. It was definitely not long enough, and it was rough getting going after that.

Working Mother Magazine Names Astellas among 100 Best Companies in the U.S. Across All Industries

Astellas ranked in recognition of its commitment and support for working mothers
Press Release

NORTHBROOK, Ill., September 26, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Astellas was named one of the 2017 Working Mother 100 Best Companies for its commitment to establishing a corporate culture supportive of working moms and their families. The 100 Best Companies will be featured in the October/November issue of Working Mother and on workingmother.com.

Nestlé’s Parent Support Spotlight on Tessa: Time with Family Close and Far

“It wasn’t just my time with Lila that was valuable, but also the time we were able to spend with my family.”
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by Tessa, quality department at Nestlé Purina

I had my first child, little Lila, on Halloween. We didn’t know we were having a girl — we waited to find out, which made it even more fun and sweet. Before she was born, I had talked with my manager and HR manager about prepping for leave. They explained the new policy which had just launched 2 months prior, and a leave specialist talked to me a number of times to explain all the options.

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