CEO Brian Krzanich Se­nior VP & Direc­tor, HR Les­lie Cul­bert­son

Working Mother - - 100 Best Companies -

Any­one strug­gling to get preg­nant would re­joice when they saw this tech­nol­ogy com­pany’s in­fer­til­ity cov­er­age for em­ploy­ees, which in­cludes $40,000 for IVF, egg freez­ing and other pro­ce­dures, and $20,000 for drugs; no med­i­cal di­ag­no­sis of in­fer­til­ity is re­quired. If they de­cide to adopt, they can re­quest up to $15,000 per child (with no life­time max­i­mum) to pay their out-of-pocket costs. Those rais­ing chil­dren with spe­cial needs may ac­cess free financial plan­ning, get help with le­gal and qual­ity-of-life is­sues, and join the com­pany’s affin­ity group for those with di­verse abil­i­ties. Health in­sur­ance is of­fered to all, re­gard­less of hours worked.

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