Best Workplaces for Parents™
The competition for attracting and retaining working parents is more intense than ever. In the wake of the Great Resignation, employers must rapidly evolve their practices and strategies to meet the needs of working moms and dads—or risk losing their talent to other organizations that do.
Great Place to Work's Best Workplaces for Parents™ 2021
|1||Cisco||San Jose, CA, US||Information Technology|
|2||Comcast NBCUniversal||Philadelphia , PA, US||Telecommunications|
|3||Better.com||New York, NY, US||Financial Services & Insurance|
|4||Slalom Consulting||Seattle, WA, US||Professional Services|
|5||Deloitte||New York, NY, US||Professional Services|
|6||Hilton||McLean, VA, US||Hospitality|
|7||Intuit Inc.||Mountain View, CA, US||Information Technology|
|8||Bank of America||Charlotte, NC, US||Financial Services & Insurance|
|9||HubSpot||Cambridge, MA, US||Information Technology|
|10||Orrick||San Francisco, CA, US||Professional Services|
This report shows that the Great Resignation is fundamentally a crisis of recognition. Working parents who feel included within a company's culture and empowered in its long-term strategy are far more likely to stay with their employer. The companies that think about their employees’ experience holistically — the challenges at home, the opportunities at work — are set to leapfrog their peers in the post-pandemic economy.
Founder and CEO, Maven Clinic