"Organizations that understand the value of the family"


Baby Friendly companies agree to abide by the following ten principles.

Offering reasonable hours that allow the employee to reconcile family and professional life.

Not discriminating for being parents.

Conveying support and joy at the announcement of a future parenthood.

Giving a gift to the employee at the moment of the baby’s birth.

Offering to your employees information about their rights and procedures for parenthood.

Being flexible bearing in mind the parental situation each employee faces.

Showing flexibility regarding procedures with pediatricians, medical emergencies and school meetings.

Supporting their job growth without discrimination by sex, but especially towards women who have children and want to grow in their responsibilities.

Respecting the type of leave that your employees choose: maternal, paternal or shared.

Innovating by offering new parents the tools to develop and improve their role as parents.

How does it work?

1. Does your company comply with the decalogue?

If your organization wants to join the Baby Friendly movement, it must comply with the decalogue. See it here! We also offer you Basic or Premium Programs. You can choose them including the services the organization prefers to accompany its employees, from the moment they announce that they have a baby, when the baby is born and in his or her early years.

2. What program should you choose?

For the program choice, we recommend you contact us. For the sole purpose of giving you advice, we will counsel you according to your company needs and preferences. We will provide you with guidance between the different Basic or Premium Programs and the services we can offer you.

3. Internal communication

Once we have defined, implemented and agreed on the chosen Baby Friendly Program, we will provide you with an internal communication model (providing you with examples), so that your team knows the commitment and the services they are going to enjoy.

4. Seal use right

The seal can be used in internal communications, for example as an email signature, as well as in external communications, for example on your website.

5. Right to communication campaign on social networks

We have channels on LinkedIn and Twitter, which is why, once the program has been chosen and implemented in your organization, you can give us authorization to publicize your new commitment and your membership to the Baby Friendly movement.

If the program you choose is Premium, we can also launch a joint press release and spread it in social media.

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Do you need more info?

Please feel free to contact us using the form bellow.