Better Jobs with Companies That Care
The first day of a new gig comes wrapped in a myriad of emotions; excitement for the future, fear of the unknown, worry about whether you'll fit in with your new work cohorts, pride in your carefully chosen look. Couple that with discovering a major change in your personal life, and BAM - too many unanswered questions to process with confidence. But the good news is, you'll be okay, as long as you select your new surroundings mindfully, armed with all the info you need to make the right decision. Many companies will support you, regardless of the situation. And if they don't, we're always here to help set you on the right path forward.
FEATURED COMPANY THAT CARES: Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg L.P., a leader in providing data, information and insights in the realms of business, finance, government and philanthropy, makes it a top priority to ensure their staff feel supported and cared for - not an easy feat for a brand with about 19,000 employees. They offer a plethora of diversity groups including Bloomberg Women's Community and Bloomberg LGBT and Ally Community. And they address issues surrounding women in the workplace like unconscious bias training and new parents coaching. Want more? How about fertility assistance programs? BIG snaps. HUGE!
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