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Each year, Lexmark International volunteers plant trees in area parks during Reforest the Bluegrass, a collaboration among government divisions and businesses.

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2 Each year, Lexmark International volunteers plant trees in area parks during Reforest the Bluegrass, a collaboration among government divisions and businesses in Lexington, Ky. Lexmark employees are given three paid days a year to volunteer with an organization of their choice. (Photo courtesy of Lexmark)

3 More than 30 Lexmark International employees in Boulder, Colo., participated in the 2011 United Way Day of Caring. They work on landscaping and painting projects at the Boulder YMCA and renovated a play area at a children's center in Longmont, Colo. Lexmark employees are given three paid days a year to volunteer with an organization of their choice. (Photo courtesy of Lexmark)

4 Lexmark International volunteers built the company's 16th Habitat for Humanity house in Lexington, Ky., this year. Lexmark employees are given three paid days a year to volunteer with an organization of their choice. (Photo courtesy of Lexmark)

5 From left to right: Phil Lerman, Turner Construction Co. project manager; Scott Bennett, senior project manager; and Erin Cullen, senior cost engineer, walk a Chicago construction site. They enjoy the companys early dismissal on Fridays during the summer. (Photo by Bart Harris)

6 Judith Godinez, a packer in Futura Industries precision arts division in Clearfield, Utah, asked to work a night shift during the summer when her children were out of school. Her manager granted the temporary change as part of the companys flexible work policy. (Photo courtesy of Futura Industries)

7 Drivers and warehouse workers at Wist Office Products in Chandler, Ariz., are cross-trained so they can fill in for each other when they need to take time off for doctors appointments or school events. (Photo courtesy of Wist Office Products]

8 U.S. Bank allows teller Joel Nelson in Minneapolis to change his work schedule each semester so that he can attend college classes. (Photo by Gregory Gittsovich/Accent Photography)

9 David Cunic, the president of DMC Athletics & Rehabilitation in Cedar Knolls, N. J., provides physical therapy to patient Justin Burnash. DMC offers employees unlimited vacation time. (Photo courtesy of DMC Athletics & Rehabilitation)

10 Kristen Frago, in red, and Allison Peterson share the position of director of admissions and marketing at Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing in Richmond, Va. The job-sharing arrangement allows Frago time to take her sons, Patrick, 6 and Matthew, 4, who were both born with profound hearing impairments, to speech therapy. Peterson says it was a great fit for her career after adopting her daughter, Maria, now 4. (Photo courtesy of Bon Secours)


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