Of the 50 best companies for working fathers, nearly a third are in tech.
On Tuesday, father-focused parenting resource group Fatherly released its second annual ranking of the best places to work for new dads. At the top of the list: Netflix, which started a parental leave arms race last year when it announced a new policy featuring unlimited leave for both moms and dads for up to a year after a child’s birth.
Of Fatherly’s top ten best companies for new fathers, eight are tech firms; the exceptions are retailer Patagonia and Bank of America (BAC). BoA isn’t exactly an outlier—finance was the second-most represented industry on the list. To create the ranking, Fatherly took into account paid leave for new fathers, flex time policies (and their adoption), childcare policies, and other work/life balance benefits.
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The ranking also revealed a major win for working dads: The average number of weeks of paternity leave in the companies on the list nearly doubled, jumping four weeks in 2015 to seven and a half weeks in 2016. Still, four weeks remains the most common policy, offered by nearly 40% of companies on the list.
Below, Fatherly’s top 15 employers. Click here to read the full list of 50.
- Bank of America
- Johnson & Johnson