Since its founding in Parma, Italy, in 1877, Barilla has been a family-run company, dedicated to producing the highest quality foods. Launched in the United States in 1996, the company is committed to high standards in everything it does, including providing benefits to its U.S. employees.
LOCATION: Bannockburn, IL
INDUSTRY: Food Manufacturing
FERTILITY BENEFITS: Up to 4 IVF cycles (patient pays 10% of cost) plus unlimited prescription fertility drugs
ADOPTION BENEFITS: $12,000 per adoption, maximum 2 adoptions per year; no lifetime cap
LEAVE: 6 to 8 weeks paid short-term disability for birth mother; 1 week paid leave for adoptive parents; up to a total of 12 weeks paid and unpaid leave for all new parents under FMLA
The Top 10 Fertility-Friendly Companies for 2010|
Jun 01, 2010
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