Carolina Parent Honors Capitol Broadcasting on Family-Friendly 50 List for 2010

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CBC has once again made Carolina Parent’s Family-Friendly 50 list.
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Kristi Butler & Corinne Hampton
WSM’s Kristi Butler (left) & FOX 50’s Corinne Hampton help represent CBC at the Wo+men@Work Breakfast on Thursday, Sept 16th.

Capitol Broadcasting Company has once again made Carolina Parent’s Family-Friendly 50.   The publication honored CBC and other organizations at the annual Wo+men@Work breakfast at American Tobacco’s Bay 7 on Thursday, September 16, 2010.

Several CBC’ers who assisted in the nomination were on hand to celebrate CBC’s fifth inclusion on the prestigious state-wide list.

Celia Rivenbark, journalist & author of You Can’t Drink All Day If You Don’t Start In The Morning and Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank served as the keynote speaker for the morning event.

“Thing I hate most about parenting is we spend a lot of time trying to one up each other,” Rivenbark quipped as she told a hilarious story about parents doing their children’s science projects.  She mused that “kids have to learn how to fail” as she spoke of what she called “helicopter parents” who try avoid all pain and hardship for their children.

Carolina Parent Breakfast
Carolina Parent honors the 2010 Family-Friendly 50 winners at the Wo+men@Work Breakfast at American Tobacco.

And as she closed, she addressed the reason for the breakfast, honoring companies who help their employees with their demanding work-life balance.  She said, “Children benefit most from parents who feel fulfilled in what they do.”

Each year Carolina Parent honors North Carolina companies for their flexibility with employees, family-friendly benefits and other features that help parents and their families.

See the entire list of 2010 Family-Friendly 50 Winners and read the work-life balance articles in Carolina Parent‘s September issue.

 

 

Carolina Parent 2010 Wo+men@Work Breakfast

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