Limeade, an employee engagement platform that’s devoted to helping other companies build happy and healthy workforces, seems to be walking its talk: a director of culture and well-being on staff makes sure that all employees are satisfied with their workplace. “People are encouraged to enjoy their time at work, and that is reflected in the attitudes of the employees, the environment of the office, and a multitude of team events that we host, both for professional training and advancement and purely for fun,” says one employee. And though women only make up 38% of the staff, they hold 59% of management positions. Read the Great Place to Work review.
Many companies see the benefit — for both the employee and employer — in providing well-being support for parents in the workplace, but supporting the whole person goes beyond flexible schedules and extra days off.