Honoring the top companies for new moms and their families everywhere, Working Mother magazine has announced
as one of the 2012 Working Mother 100 Best Companies.
Northern Trust has appeared on the "100 Best Companies" list for 21 years, and was recognized for its family-friendly policies and employee services, including childcare, work flexibility, adoption assistance, paid family leave and advancement opportunities.
“At Northern Trust, our workplace programs and services reflect our unwavering commitment to healthy work-life balance, which is a key element of a successful and satisfying career,” said Jeanne Ulatowski, Employee Services Manager at Northern Trust. “For example, we offer paid maternity, paternity and adoption leave as well as an Employee Assistance Program that helps employees with wide-ranging life-management issues. We’re proud that Working Mother has named us to their impressive list for 21 years, and we will continue to foster an inclusive workplace that meets our employees’ needs and enables them to succeed personally and professionally.”
Earlier this year, Northern Trust was also named one of FORTUNE Magazine’s "World’s Most Admired Companies,” a Top 50 Company for Executive Women by the National Association for Female Executives and one of the Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
Click here for a complete list of awards Northern Trust has received.
Northern Trust, along with the other top companies, will be recognized in the October/November issue of the magazine, on workingmother.com and will be honored at the Working Mother 100 Best Companies Gala Awards Dinner on Oct. 10 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.
“This year’s 100 Best Companies are leading the way for the rest of the nation,” said Carol Evans, president of Working Mother Media. “They have created not only essential benefits, like flexible work options and telecommuting, but have also shown their commitment in new ways like elder care referral and legal assistance to help busy parents manage their personal lives as well as their careers.”