CEO Mike McGuire Chief People & Culture Officer Pamela Harless
When you’re expecting a baby, so much is unknown. This professionalservices firm tries to lessen its pregnant employees’ concerns by giving them 12 fully paid weeks off, introducing them to Mentor Moms (a group of experienced mom colleagues) for support, and offering them full benefits no matter how many hours they work on return. If things get hectic, mothers can reach out to babysitters in its backup-care network, employing their services for a small charge 15 days per year. In 2016, 84% of those who took advantage of formal flex arrangements here were female. Vacation and personal days have no prescribed limits, per a new policy.