Each year, Working Mother magazine (part of the Parenting group) publishes their list of 100 companies that really get how important work-life balance is for employees with children.
Here's a summary of some of the perks.
"How, when and where you work aren’t as important as the quality of the work you produce. That’s the clear message of this year’s Working Mother 100 Best Companies. A full 100 percent of them offer telecommuting and flextime schedules, 98 percent offer job-sharing, and 94 percent offer compressed workweeks. These companies are also committed to helping working parents with their child-care needs: 86 percent provide backup care, and 62 percent provide sick-child care. But perhaps even more important is the family-friendly culture they all continually strive to create."
Check out the list, and then let us know: Anyone work for one of these companies? How is it?
Plus, what's one thing your company could do to improve your work-life balance?