Working Families names top employers

3129100592_020f1f927b_bCharity Working Families today announced the winners of its annual Top Employers for Working Families Special Awards.

Now in their sixth year, the nationwide awards celebrate and showcase the policies and practices of UK employers who offer exceptional flexible and family-friendly workplaces. This year the organisation also announced a list of shared parental leave ‘pioneers’ – companies that have been first to offer enhanced policies, providing “more choice and equality”.

Sarah Jackson, chief executive of Working Families, said: “The last year has seen many changes in the world of flexible and family friendly working – the right to request flexible working for all and shared parental leave are now firmly in place. The award winners have demonstrated the best and most innovative practices and have gone the extra mile to support their parents, carers and flexible workers.”

The Centrica best for flexible working award

Winner: Cafcass

Commended: American Express

The Santander best new flexible working initiative

Winner: Foreign & Commonwealth Office

The DTCC best for innovation award

Joint winner: Deloitte

Joint winner: Ministry of Justice

The Citymothers best for all stages of motherhood award

Winner: iCrossing

The Cityfathers best for all stages of fatherhood award

Winner: London School of Economics and Political Science

Commended: Scottish Parliament

Commended: West Dunbartonshire Council

The Direct Line Group best for line managers award

Winner: iCrossing

The National Grid and Carers UK best for carers and eldercare award

Winner: Centrica

SPL pioneers: Accenture; Addleshaw Goddard; AIG; American Express; Barclays; Brunel University London; Citi; Deloitte; Discovery Corporate Services; DLA Piper; EY; Hogan Lovells; JP Morgan; King Wood Mallenson; KPMG; Linklaters; Lloyds; LSE; Mayer Brown; National Assembly for Wales; PWC; RBS; Royal Air Force; Royal Bank of Canada; Scottish Parliament; Scottish Power; Societe Generale; TSB; UBS; UK Civil Service

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