Earlier this month, Netflix announced its new mom and dad employees can take off as much time as they want during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

Microsoft followed suit by announcing it will provide 20 weeks of fully-paid maternity leave and 12 weeks for new fathers come November, and similarly Adobe will soon offer 26 weeks of paid maternity leave and 16 weeks of paid paternity leave for both birth and adoptive parents.

[Related: 7 Things No One Tells You About Going Back to Work After Maternity Leave]

But these radical paid parental leave policies aren’t the only way companies can help new moms and dads through their transition to parenthood.

Here’s how other employers are making life for new parents that much better with generous and unique perks: