Citizens Financial Group/RBS Americas
Banking companies were battered in the economy, but that wasn’t reason for this U.S. subsidiary of The Royal Bank of Scotland to do away with its generous family benefits. Citizens was No. 1 on Conceive’s list in 2009 and 2008, too!
LOCATION: Providence, RI
INDUSTRY: Financial Services
FERTILITY BENEFITS: $100,000 lifetime cap for treatment plus $100,000 for prescription fertility drugs
ADOPTION BENEFITS: $22,150 per adoption, no lifetime cap
LEAVE: 6 to 8 weeks under short-term disability for birth mother, 1 week paid parental leave for all adoptive and birth parents; up to 12 weeks unpaid leave under FMLA for all new parents
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