Chil­dren’s Health­care of At­lanta

At­lanta, GA

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Pres­i­dent & CEO Donna Hy­land

Chief Ad­min­is­tra­tive Of­fi­cer Linda Matzigkeit Clin­i­cal em­ploy­ees who work for this pe­di­atric health­care sys­tem can spend com­pany time vol­un­teer­ing at its sum­mer camps for chron­i­cally ill chil­dren. The fact that so many do so speaks well of the or­ga­ni­za­tion, where com­pas­sion­ate poli­cies draw fe­male job ap­pli­cants by the thou­sands ev­ery year. In 2016, women filled its top three roles and rep­re­sented 60% of those in se­nior-man­ager po­si­tions and above. Some who are moms say man­age­ment has sup­ported them through a post-hir­ing preg­nancy, child’s surgery, long-dis­tance com­mute and more un­usual sit­u­a­tions. Par­ents take ad­van­tage of three near-site day­care cen­ters, backup care and concierge ser­vices.

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