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Chair­man, Pres­i­dent & CEO Art Stein­metz Chief HR Of­fi­cer Andy Doyle

Ca­reer de­vel­op­ment is a ma­jor fo­cus for this global as­set-man­age­ment firm, where man­agers speak of­ten to em­ploy­ees about their pro­fes­sional goals and en­cour­age them to ex­plore cross-func­tional op­por­tu­ni­ties. In 2016, the em­ployer launched three new busi­ness-re­source groups, bring­ing its to­tal to six (among them one for women); at least 41% of em­ploy­ees are mem­bers. Many women spend more than 10 years here; any­one who works full-time may be an­nu­ally el­i­gi­ble for per­for­mance-based bonuses, cor­po­rate 401(k) con­tri­bu­tions, $5,000 in tu­ition aid, and up to $375 in re­im­burse­ments for backup child­care. Ma­ter­nity leave is fully paid for 13 weeks.

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