Bristol-Myers Squibb: Fun Facts on Work/Life at Bristol-Myers Squibb
Fun Facts on Work/Life at Bristol-Myers Squibb

As a result of its many work/life programs for U.S. employees—from family leave to child care and scholarship programs for employees’ children—Bristol-Myers Squibb has consistently ranked among Working Mother magazine’s Best Companies. Here are some reasons why.

The company has awarded a total of 160 scholarships to employees' children through the Bristol-Myers Squibb National Merit Scholarship Program and the Career Education Awards Program.

In 2007:
  • 58 employees took advantage of the tuition reimbursement program.
  • 899 employees took family leave to care for newborn and adopted children.
  • 15 employees received financial assistance to help defray the costs of adopting a child.
  • 1,531 children were cared for at the onsite child development centers in Hopewell, Lawrenceville and Plainsboro, New Jersey; and in Wallingford, Connecticut. The number includes preschoolers and school age children.
  • The child development centers provided 4,942 days of summer camp care in June, July and August.
  • The school holiday program provided 2,022 days of care for 768 employees’ children.
  • Backup child care programs offered by its onsite child development centers, Just in Time Care and a program in New York City, served 539 children, saving 1,891 work days for employees.
  • The National Access Program saved 72 families more than $50,000 in child care tuition. This program—implemented last year—offers tuition discounts to selected national child care centers.
  • 50 new scholarships were awarded to employee’s children, bringing the total scholarships given through the Bristol-Myers Squibb National Merit Scholarship Program and the Career Education Awards Program to 160.
  • Monthly lunchtime seminars focused on balancing work/life responsibilities, parenting and elder care.

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