S&P Global Recognized in Working Mother's 100 Best Companies, Best Companies for Dads Rankings
The Company was named among Working Mother's 100 Best Companies, organizations who are driving progress in offering paid parental leave and opportunities to return to work gradually, as well as family-friendly benefits and opportunities for women to advance.
The Company also ranks among the Best Companies for Dads, celebrating organizations that lead in the areas of paternity leave, childcare, flexible schedules and more.
"It's vital for our people to feel supported inside and outside of work," said
Company offerings stand out among 100 Best
In addition to being named one of the 100 Best Companies,
New expanded care leave option increases flexibility
Just this week, the Company announced an expansion of its existing care leave policy, increasing paid time off to six weeks annually. This time can be used to care for a child or elder, acknowledging the unprecedented caregiving needs many employees are facing in the wake of COVID-19.
"As we navigate the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 environment, we continue to bring new meaning to putting our people first," Manis added. "Through this additional flexibility, we are continuing to set the bar in how we support our people."
- Adoption and fertility assistance
- Minimum 2 weeks paid sick leave annually
- Unlimited compassion leave
- Up to six months of unpaid leave for a sabbatical
- Comprehensive wellness resources, including an employee assistance program for mental health support, and other regular programming
The 2020 Working Mother 100 Best Companies application includes more than 400 questions on leave policies, workforce representation, benefits, childcare, advancement programs, flexibility and more, looking at the availability and usage of these programs, as well as the accountability of the managers who oversee them. This year, for the first time, the Best Companies for Dads was offered to companies as a separate initiative for which they had to apply. The organizations recognized received the highest numbers of points in the survey about dads, which included questions on parental leave, childcare, adoption leave, fertility benefits and employee-resource groups for men and working parents.
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