Working Mother magazine has announced the recipients of their 2016 100 Best Companies this week, which seeks to recognize workplaces that help new parents - particularly mothers - continue to "flourish at home and at work," per the company's site.
The list focuses on businesses that utilize helpful tools for working parents, such as paid leave, mentoring, a more flexible work schedule, and affordable childcare. Working Mother claims that this year's class offers an average nine weeks of fully paid maternity leave, which is up from an average of eight in 2015 and seven in 2014.
The top 100 list is sorted into specific industries, and once again accounting and finance firms are represented by a significant number of businesses. They include:
For the full list, head to Working Mother's site here.