The 100 Most Family-Friendly Companies

Seventy-nine percent of all employees -- men, women, parents, nonparents -- would like more flexibility when it comes to work, according to a 2004 When Work Works Survey from the Families and Work Institute.

Some companies already have creative options in place that allow their employees flexibility.

Working Mother Magazine ranks the 100 most family-friendly companies each year, and you can view a PDF file of its complete 2005 list by clicking here.

If you would like to learn how you can get your company to be more flexible, check out Tory Johnson's tips.

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