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CA Technologies

Based in New York, NY, CA Technologies has earned spots on the Working Mother 100 Best Companies, the Best Companies for Multicultural Women, the NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women lists and the Diversity Best Practices Inclusion Index.

CA Technologies

CA Technologies

CA

2018 Working Mother 100 Best Companies

• There is no cap or formal tracking of vacation time at this IT-management, software and solutions company. Managers have discretion to approve all requests. Sick time can be used for the employee’s own medical needs or those of a family member, and paid time off is also given for volunteer activities.

• There no longer is a lifetime maximum reimbursement for infertility treatments.

 

CEO: Michael Gregoire
SENIOR VP, PEOPLE: Beth Conway
WEBSITE: CA Technologies
CAREER WEBSITE

 

Representation

Years on the 100 Best list 11
Total number of U.S. employees 5,601
Percentage of employees who are women 32%
Percentage of managers who are women 33%
Percentage of executives who are woman 19%

 

Parental Leave

Minimum number of weeks of fully paid maternity leave after one year of service 18
Minimum number of weeks of fully paid paternity leave after one year of service 12
Minimum number of weeks of fully paid adoption leave after one year of service 12

 

Family Support

Reimburses employees or partners (including same-sex partners) for in vitro fertilization Yes
Reimburses employees or partners (including same-sex partners) for egg freezing Yes
Reimburses employees or partners (including same-sex partners) for surrogacy expenses No
Reimburses employees or partners (including same-sex partners) for other fertility procedures Yes
Offers backup childcare, used occasionally when regular childcare isn't available No

 

Advancement

Has employee-resource groups for working parents/caregivers Yes
Has employee-resource groups for employees using flexible work arrangements No
Percentage of women in formal mentoring Not answered

 

Flexibility

Percentage of workforce telecommuting 60%
Has policies to let employees move on and off management or leadership tracks Yes
Offers leaves of absence/sabbaticals Yes
Offers part-year programs No

 

2018 Diversity Best Practices Inclusion Index

The Diversity Best Practices Inclusion Index helps organizations see how their diversity-and-inclusion policies and practices stack up against others. The Working Mother Research Institute determined that organizations scoring 65 percent and above should be recognized for their high-quality diversity and inclusion work, and named them Diversity Best Practices Inclusion Index members.

Participants are scored on three areas: Best practices in recruitment, retention and advancement of people from under-represented groups—women, racial/ethnic minorities, people with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) people; creating an inclusive culture through leadership, accountability, communications and employee engagement; and transparency in willingness to share workforce demographic data.

 

2018 Best Companies for Multicultural Women

Unconscious-bias training has been made available to all employees and managers, although it is not mandatory. Of senior management hires, 13 percent are multicultural women; the tech industry average is just 9 percent.

 

By the Numbers

Years on our list 7
Number of U.S. employees 5,231
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 promotions that went to multicultural women 7%
Recruiters must explain why slate doesn't include multicultural candidates Yes
Company requires a diverse slate of interviewers Yes

 

2018 NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women

With a major emphasis on eliminating bias in hiring and promotions, more than 90 percent of interview panels are gender diverse, up from 60 percent three years ago.

Of senior management hires in 2016, 13 percent were multicultural women, 44 percent higher than the industry average of 9 percent.

 

By the Numbers

Years on the NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women list 2
Total number of U.S. employees 5,429
Percentage of total employees who are women 31%
Percentage of senior managers who are women 26%
Percentage of corporate executives who are women 20%
Percentage of employees earning promotions to the manager level and above who are women 21%
Percentage of top 10% of earners who are women 18%
Percentage of profit-and-loss executives who are women 20%
Ratio of female executives in charge to total billion-dollar divisions 1:3
Percentage of direct reports to the CEO who are women 11%
Percentage of board of directors members who are women 18%
Offers a sponsorship program Yes

 

 

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