This biotech/pharmaceutical company has become one of the world’s leading companies in diabetes care. And when it comes to fertility and adoption benefits, the Danish firm also takes care of its U.S. employees.
LOCATION: Princeton, NJ
FERTILITY BENEFITS: All reproductive technologies up to 4 complete egg retrievals, plus unlimited prescription fertility drugs
ADOPTION BENEFITS: $5,000 per adoption, $10,000 lifetime cap
LEAVE: Usually 10 to 12 weeks under short-term disability for birth mother as determined by doctor; 6 weeks paid for primary adoptive caregiver; 1 week paid for all secondary caregivers; all parents can take remaining time up to 12 weeks unpaid under FMLA
The Top 10 Fertility-Friendly Companies for 2010|
Jun 01, 2010
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