Patagonia has been honored yet again by Working Mother

Patagonia has been listed for the 13th year on Working Mother magazine’s annual compilation of the "100 Best Companies for Working Mothers."
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Patagonia has been listed for the 13th year on Working Mother magazine’s annual compilation of the "100 Best Companies for Working Mothers." The complete list appears in the October issue of Working Mother and at www.workingmother.com. Patagonia was also included in a CNBC special spotlighting some of the best of "100 Best." With the release of its 17th annual list, the magazine laid out three basic trends among the applicants this year: no rollback of work/life benefits during the recent recession, a post-9/11 increased emphasis on flexible scheduling, and augmented use of family leave by employees.

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