This Big Four auditing firm says it has a competitive recruiting program. To help bring in the best and the brightest, it offers flexible and generous employee benefits in its compensation.
LOCATION: New York, NY
INDUSTRY: Financial Services
FERTILITY BENEFITS: $25,000 plus additional $10,000 for fertility drugs
ADOPTION BENEFITS: $5,000 per adoption ($6,000 special-needs), no lifetime maximum
LEAVE: 14 weeks paid leave for birth mothers (16 weeks for multiples); 12 weeks paid leave for primary adoptive parents (14 weeks for multiple children adopted the same day); 3 weeks paid for secondary caregivers; parents can request up to 6 months unpaid leave
The Top 10 Fertility-Friendly Companies for 2010|
Jun 01, 2010
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