Scripps Health tops for working mothers

San Diego’s Scripps Health was selected as one of the top 100 employers for working mothers, according to rankings released today by
Working Mother magazine.

The publication cited the health care firm’s $2.9 million comprehensive
employee wellness program, which provides for inexpensive basic medical care and on-site fitness facilities.

The company has made the list seven years in a row.

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