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E&Y top workplace for working mothers

Firm makes Top 10 on annual list that celebrates employers who have championed flexible schedules, childcare and innovative leave policies

Ernst & Young has been recognised as one of the best companies in the US
for working mothers, following an annual survey by Working Mother
magazine.

The firm was ranked in the Top 10 on 100 Best Companies list, which
celebrates employers who have championed flexible schedules, childcare and
innovative leave policies for new parents.

The 2006 list marks the ninth consecutive year, and tenth year overall, that
Ernst & Young has been included on the Top 100 list.

The firm recently enhanced its parental leave policy to include six weeks of
fully paid leave for primary care givers in addition to six weeks of fully paid
short-term disability for birth mothers.

The firm also introduced the Working Moms Network to help women make the
transition back to the workplace following parental leave.

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