Best companies for working dads

A good dad deserves a great job. Check out Fatherly magazine’s list of family-friendly employers—they’re hiring right now on Monster.

Best companies for working dads

These family-friendly employers care about fathers.

Fathers are often wonderful sources of wisdom—whether it’s how to give a proper handshake or how to throw a mean fastball, some of the best advice we’ve received came from the man who raised us. The best companies for working dads knows the importance of work-life balance. And when it comes to employers, we're talking about more than just the companies with best paternity leave; your benefits need to help you out past the infancy stage.

For new fathers, it might be help finding a company with a generous parental leave policy. For others, it may be finding a company that offers after-school services, flexible work hours, or support groups for fatherhood’s trying moments.

Fatherly magazine released its list of companies certified under the brand's Best Places to Work for Dads program. These top companies excel at offering the best benefits and programs for working dads based on paid leave, flexible time policies, child care benefits and offerings, dependent care, employee assistance programs, and parental support programs.

The list features tech, insurance, finance, and hospitality companies, including Bank of America, IBM, Chobani, and LIberty Mutual. Click through the full list below to see if one of these top companies would be a good fit for you—and for your family.

Best companies for working dads:

Bank of America

BDO

Chobani

Deloitte

Deluxe

Diageo

Ebay

Future State

IBM

KnowBe4

LINK Strategic Partners

L'Oreal

Liberty Mutual

Nuance

Nvidia

Predictive Index

Reddit

S&P Global

Salesforce

Skillshare

Thermo Fisher Scientific

TIAA

Very

Weave Communications

Wynn Las Vegas

Hey, Dad! Here’s more job search help

Knowing the best companies for working dads is a key step in the job search process. But now it's time to get out there and get some exposure, especially if you’re a dad who hasn’t changed jobs in a while. Need some help? Join Monster for free today. As a member, you can get job alerts emailed right to your inbox, which cuts down on the amount of time you'd spend combing through ads. Additionally, you can upload up to five versions of your resume—each tailored to different types of jobs that interest you. Recruiters search Monster every day looking to fill top jobs with qualified candidates, just like you.