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      7 ways Johnson & Johnson supports working mothers

      Johnson & Johnson is proud to have made the 2016 Working Mother 100 Best Companies list. From generous parental leave policies to coverage for special needs, here’s how we stand out from the corporate crowd.

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      For the 31st year in a row, Working Mother magazine has named Johnson & Johnson to its list of 100 Best Companies—organizations that, as they put it, “[go] the extra mile to support working-mom employees and nurture their careers.”Truth is, Johnson & Johnson has been a (more than) equal employer of women since its founding in 1886, when eight of its 14 original staffers were women!

      Today, the company is proud to offer working moms such family-friendly benefits as 17 weeks of paid leave after giving birth, eight weeks of paid leave following the adoption of a new child, and insurance coverage for children with special needs.

      Check out this infographic to learn more about the many ways Johnson & Johnson supports working mothers—and even hear from the very moms who’ve benefitted from these company perks.

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