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The Broad Institute is a Working Mother 100 Best Company for fourth consecutive year

Susanna Hamilton, Broad Communications
Credit : Susanna Hamilton, Broad Communications
By Broad Communications

For the fourth year in a row, Working Mother magazine has recognized the Broad Institute as one of its 100 Best Companies for leadership in creating progressive programs in the areas of advancement of women, mentoring, flexibility, childcare, and paid parental leave.

For the fourth consecutive year, Working Mother magazine has recognized the Broad Institute as one of its 100 Best Companies for leadership in creating progressive programs in the areas of advancement of women, mentoring, flexibility, childcare, and paid parental leave.

In selecting organizations for this year’s list, Working Mother gave particular consideration to inclusive benefits for families. The Broad Institute was selected in part because of our strong, gender-neutral policy on parental leave, financial support for dependent care, and robust resources for finding care. You can read the magazine’s description of why we earned a spot on this year’s list here

“I am delighted that Broad has been recognized as an inclusive and innovative organization when it comes to child care,” said Frances Brooks Taplett, Chief People Officer. “As a working parent I see how critical it is for all Broadies to have the resources they need to succeed as a parent, and feel they are a part of a community that supports them--now more than ever!”

The 100 Best Companies are featured in the October/November issue of Working Mother and on Working Mother’s website. See the full list of 100 Best Companies.

 

ABOUT THE METHODOLOGY

The 2020 Working Mother 100 Best Companies application includes more than 400 questions on leave policies, workforce representation, benefits, childcare, advancement programs, flexibility policies and more. It surveys the availability and usage of these programs, as well as the accountability of the many managers who oversee them.

All applicants receive feedback showing how they compare with other applicants; however, the names of applicants that do not make the list are kept confidential. Company profiles and data come from submitted applications and reflect 2019 data.