Mother Knows Best: CA Technologies Named One Of Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies

Working Mother today named CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) as one of the 2012 Working Mother 100 Best Companies.

Working Mother rewarded companies for their wide array of progressive workplace programs, including child care, flexibility, advancement, and paid family leave. This is the 27 th year Working Mother has recognized organizations for their initiatives.

“We are honored to be recognized on Working Mother’s list of 100 Best Companies,” said Beth Conway, vice president, Human Resources, CA Technologies. “Successfully building a diverse company and blending work and life is part of the fabric of our corporate culture. We have created an environment designed to attract and retain top-tier talent— a good percentage of which includes working mothers—where collaboration, flexibility and opportunity are central to success.”

CA Technologies offers a wide-array of work-life options for all of its employees. For mothers and moms-to-be it offers a variety of programs such as Healthy Pregnancies, Healthy Babies maternity program, designed to help mother and child stay healthy during pregnancy; subsidized onsite Montessori-certified Children’s Centers and adoption assistance program; flexibility in work schedule or full time telecommuting; and private, on-site nursing rooms for new moms.

Carol Evans, president of Working Mother Media, said, “This year’s 100 Best Companies are leading the way for the rest of the nation. 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.”

Here is a full list of Working Mother’s 2012 100 Best Companies.

The companies are recognized in the October/November issue of the magazine, on workingmother.com and will be honored at the Work Life Congress, to be held in New York City on October 8, 2012.

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