2015 Working Mother 100 Best Companies

The 30th class of winning companies has raised the bar higher than ever when it comes to supporting parents: New moms get an average of eight weeks of fully paid maternity leave, three quarters of employees use flextime, and almost half of all new hires last year were women.

Click here to read about our 30 years of compiling the Working Mother Best Companies. Two winners, IBM and Johnson & Johnson, have been on the list every single year, and have earned the Pinnacle Award for 30 years of being Best Companies.

To celebrate the anniversary of the initiative, dozens of work life experts, business leaders and government representatives (including representative Linda Sánchez, journalist Soledad O’Brien, and Avon CEO Sheri McCoy) contributed to our special series of essays, 30 Years of the 100 Best Companies. We’ll be sharing more of these essays over the coming weeks.

Click here to read what women at the Top 10 Best Companies say about earning power.

See the full list here.

Continue reading the full story on WorkingMother.com here.

WILAB LOVES is a series of articles and blog posts from across the web that Women’s iLab supports. This article was published on WORKINGMOTHER.COM on September 7th, 2015.