Two local companies have been named among the best places for working moms by Working Mother Magazine.
The companies were ranked based on schedule flexibility, advancement programs and family support that allow working parents to be productive and satisfied.
According to Working Mother, new options for parents are making an impact on the workplace.
P&G, which ranked among the top 25 companies in the nation for working moms, has been among the top 100 best for 29 years. It provides an average of 16 paid weeks off for new moms and four paid weeks off for new dads; it also offers 16 paid weeks off for adoptive parents. P&G also has career counseling and backup childcare, plus telecommuting options for many of its employees.
TriHealth has been on the top 100 best list for the past 13 years, and offers an average of 12 paid weeks off for new moms. The healthcare provider offers subsidized backup childcare.
To see the full list of the top 100 workplaces for moms, click here.