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CA Technologies

Based in New York, NY, CA Technologies has earned a spot on the Working Mother 100 Best Companies list, the Best Companies for Multicultural Women list, and the NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women list.

CA Technologies

CA Technologies

CA

2017 Best Companies for Multicultural Women

Work life integration is paramount at this IT management software and solutions company, where 95% of female employees say their manager supports it. At least a third of people work from home or telecommute full-time. Unconscious bias training was brought to the senior leadership team in 2016. Nearly 90% of hiring slates here are diverse, and talent acquisition specialists are evaluated on their ability to maintain these levels.

CEO: Michael Gregoire
VP, HR: Beth Conway
WEBSITE: CA Technologies

 

By the Numbers

Years on our list 6
Number of U.S. employees 5,505
Percentage of employees who are multicultural women 8%
Percentage of senior managers and above who are multicultural women 4%
Percentage of top 20% of earners who are multicultural women 2%
Percentage of all hires at the manager level or above who are multicultural women 6%
Percentage of promotions that went to multicultural women 8%
Percentage of multicultural women who participate in mentoring 11%
Recruiters are expected to supply a multicultural slate of candidates for open positions Yes
Company requires a panel of multicultural interviewers for new candidates Yes

 

2016 Working Mother 100 Best Companies

Mothers who want to take control of their careers can apply for this IT-management software and solutions company’s 12-month Global Leadership Development program, which connects midlevel contributors and managers with executive management, encourages them to identify their own leadership styles, and runs them through realistic business scenarios. To build on the experience, they may engage in mentoring relationships with colleagues and participate in women’s networks and leadership conferences.

Moms-to-be get 12 fully paid weeks off to give birth; qualified family leaves are paid for at least six weeks. Montessori centers (with subsidized tuition) welcome kids at larger offices.

 

 

Representation

Years on the 100 Best list 9
Total number of U.S. employees 5,769
Percentage of employees who are women 31%
Percentage of managers and executives who are women 28%
Percentage of new hires who are woman 27%

 

Parental Leave

Fully paid weeks off for new moms (average) 12
Fully paid weeks off for new dads (average) 6
Fully paid weeks off for adoptive parents (average) 6

 

Family Support

Company offers sick-child care No
Company offers backup childcare No
Company offers backup dependent care No

 

Advancement

Managers trained to hire/advance women Yes
Company offers management or leadership training Yes
Company offers a sponsorship program Yes

 

Flexibility

Percentage of employees who use flextime 98%
Percentage of employees who telecommute 60%
Managers trained to implement and manage employee flexible work arrangements Yes

 

 

2016 NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women

“Brilliant Women Powering Technology” is a tagline often seen on marketing materials at this IT management software and solutions company, where there’s a push toward creating initiatives that reinforce that ideal. Its Diverse Slate Program requires hiring managers to consider applicants from a wide range of backgrounds, ethnicities and genders when filling jobs; so far, at least 75% of positions are being presented with varied candidates (up from 44% in 2013). All interview panels must also include a female or multicultural worker, which ensures a fresh perspective in the hiring process. More than half of all women at the level of vice president and above have attended the company’s leadership development program.

 

By the Numbers

Years on the NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women list 1
Total number of U.S. employees 5,722
Percentage of total employees who are women 30%
Percentage of senior managers who are women 24%
Percentage of corporate executives who are women 17%
Percentage of employees earning promotions to the manager level and above who are women 31%
Percentage of top 10% of earners who are women 17%
Percentage of profit-and-loss executives who are women 18%
Percentage of leaders of billion-dollar divisions who are women 11%
Percentage of direct reports to the CEO who are women 10%
Percentage of board of directors members who are women 18%
Offers a sponsorship program Yes
Manager pay linked to helping woman advance Yes

 

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