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Newsweek’s Greatest Workplaces for Women List Honors 1,000 Companies

For the second year in a row, Newsweek has released its list of the 1,000 best workplaces for women in the United States. The list comes as women continue to face challenges like unequal pay, small numbers of leadership roles, and sexual harassment in the workplace, according to Nancy Cooper, the outlet’s global editor-in-chief.  

Data from the Department of Labor found last year that women working full-time made 83.7% of what men made, amounting to a difference of approximately $10,000 per year. This has remained nearly unchanged over the last 10 years.  

The organizations recognized by Newsweek ranked highest when evaluated on metrics including compensation, work-life balance, and proactive management on diversity.  

Some of the companies on the list include AccentCare, Activision Blizzard, Adobe, ADP, Aflac, Allied Universal, American Express, AmerisourceBergen, Bath & Body Works, Cisco, Dutch Bros. Coffee, Empower, Exelon, Hearst, Indeed, Independence Blue Cross, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Live Nation, Qualtrics International, Sirius XM Radio, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Stitch Fix, United Airlines, UPS, Voya, Wegmans, Weight Watchers, Williams-Sonoma, and Postmates.  

The full ranking can be found here.  

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