Nov 6th, 2007 by jbrown
‘Chrysler is pleased to be recognized by Working Mother magazine as one of the top family-friendly places to work in the auto industry,” said Nancy Rae, Chrysler Senior Vice President — Human Resources. “The company strives to create a work environment that allows each employee to reach their potential. Recognition of those efforts is always rewarding.’
Working Mother’s Magazine recognized the Chrysler’s efforts in developing policies and programs that are focused on the family and available to both salaried and union-represented employees, including dependent-care accounts, the company’s Road Ready Teens driving program and flexible work schedules.
“The UAW shares Chrysler’s commitment to helping female employees balance their responsibilities at home and on the job,” said General Holiefield, UAW Vice President and Director — Chrysler Department. “Our negotiated joint work/family programs help to provide a safety net that gives them a place to turn when life’s challenges become too great to face alone.”
Now yes this sounds all good and fine but what I find ironic is the picture next to this informational blog. Its a picture of the interior of the 2008 Town and Country with the table in the center of it, a soccer mom’s dream as they discuss the strong message of women making it in the business world.