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  • Beginning January 1, 2018, we are pleased to announce further enhancements to our global standard for paid childcare leave.

    Today, our current policy provides for up to 12 weeks of paid leave for primary caregivers. We will increase the standard to 20 weeks of full base pay.

    In addition, employees will now only need 6 months of service to qualify for paid childcare leave, instead of the 1 year of service previously required.

    Dow Jones, as an organization, is firmly committed to providing our employees with programs and services designed to achieve work/life balance.

  • We’ve heard from our employees regarding the need for paid leave to care for family members who are ill and we’re proud to announce we're now including up to 4 weeks of paid FMLA when you need to be away from the office to care for your sick family members, which we will call Compassionate Care Pay. Previously, employees were able to take 12 weeks of unpaid leave through the Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA), available to employees who worked at least 1,250 hours in the last 12 months of Dow Jones service.

  • Dow Jones recently hosted Bring Your Parents to Work Day in New York and London. Nearly 60 parents of employees from New York and Princeton took part in the half-day experience in Manhattan, with 15 parents participating in London. They joined sessions with executives, learned about virtual reality and toured the Newsroom.

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  • Take a look inside, learn a little bit about the culture, and see what jobs are available at our New York City Headquarters.

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  • Take a look inside, learn a little bit about the culture, and see what jobs are available at our Princeton, NJ campus . http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiAW

  • WATCH: Chief People Officer, Mark Musgrave, discusses our approach to employee engagement.

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  • “Dow Jones is a company where you could spend your entire career with endless opportunity”

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    Inside Dow Jones: Innovative, Ambitious, and Very Family Friendly

    Photo credit:Courtesy of Dow Jones Dow Jones has a longstanding record of attracting and hiring bright, ambitious women. And despite being a 125-year-old company, they also have a record of fostering entrepreneurship and innovation, becoming a digital-first company on the cutting edge of technology.

  • Our CEO Will Lewis on the future of investigative journalism, fake news, subscriptions, why 'Where You Get Your News From Has Never Mattered More'​

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    Dow Jones chief accuses Google and Facebook of 'killing news'

    Seated in the dining room of a Belle Époque-era London hotel, the chief executive officer of Dow Jones & Company briefly draws attention to his new vegetable-based diet before launching into a spleen-venting explanation of why he has had an utter bellyful of the two great gatekeepers of the modern media age, Facebook and Google, and accusing them of "killing news".

  • We're very proud to be named a 2016 Working Mother 100 Best Company! We are committed to progressive workplace programs, including flexibility, child care and paid parental leave. Learn more about why we made the list here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIbut

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    School holidays, late babysitters and nannies on vacation are no match for moms at this media company, who are able to access an on-site daycare (in Princeton, NJ), request 20 days of subsidized backup care per year, or tap a dependent-care reimbursement worth $600 annually.

  • Check out this interview with our CEO Will Lewis!

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    The 'Agitator in Chief' of Dow Jones

    William Lewis is the chief executive of Dow Jones and the publisher of The Wall Street Journal. Q. What were your first leadership experiences? A. I think I got used to some elements of leadership in my teens when I was a captain of the football team, and then when I was at university I was also the president of the football club.

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