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CoverMyMeds Named One of FORTUNE’s Best Workplaces for Parents

Below is an article originally written by Drew Schaar at PowerToFly Partner CoverMyMeds, and published on November 26, 2019. Go to CoverMyMeds' page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

FORTUNE along with global consulting firm Great Place to Work® has named CoverMyMeds #16 on their list of 2019 50 Best Workplaces for Parents.

To determine the Best Workplaces for Parents list, Great Place to Work® compared parents' and non-parents' responses representing more than 4.6 million employees at Great Place to Work-Certified™ organizations.

CoverMyMeds is proud to support our working parents and offers all employees a variety of individualized benefits and perks, including paid parental leave, paid medical benefits and flexible scheduling to achieve a true work/life balance.

Our culture is defined by our team and the work we do to help patients get the medications they need to live healthy lives. We know that to attract and retain the best and brightest people, we need to maintain a healthy, positive work environment that provides equal opportunities inclusive to everyone on our team.

In addition to being recognized as one of the Best Workplaces for Parents, CoverMyMeds was recently named #14 on FORTUNE's list of 2019 100 Best Workplaces for Women. We are honored to receive these accolades and are thrilled to celebrate the many ways our employees continue to share open and honest feedback that rates CoverMyMeds as their best place to work and grow.

Interested in joining our team? Explore our open positions on our careers page.

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