Working Mother magazine just announced its annual list of 100 Best Companies that are “leading by example, giving women the programs, choices and support they need to shine at work and at home.” If you want to check for your company (or potential new employers) on the new list, go for it.
But just remember, there’s more to a company that just making a top-whatever list. I’m all for recognizing employers who treat their people right, but there should be some bare minimums to be considered a working mom-friendly company. Paid maternity leave, for one.
What else do you think should be a requirement for making this list?