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Since 2017, Dow has seen its employee resource groups grow exponentially, jumping from 15% to 52% participation rate, including 98% of its people leaders. Last year it launched an “All In” strategy elevating its focus on gender parity in leadership positions and established a global minimum standard of 16 weeks of paid time off for all new parents. Dow also expanded family and caregiver leave policies to provide employees up to three weeks of paid time off to care for sick or injured family members. Some 86% of employees say that “management is honest and ethical in its business practices.” Read the Great Place to Work review.
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