Thames Water has launched a programme to explain the wide range of work-life balance options open to staff.
Julia Cherrett, personnel director of Thames Water Utilities, said the company is proud of the range of options it offers and saw the need to promote them.
A booklet has been given to 5,000 employees highlighting choices such as job sharing, working from home, parental leave and career breaks.
The booklet also explains options open to those having a family, caring for someone, or supporting their community.
Cherrett said: "We recognise the need for staff to have options during their careers that enable them to strike a happy balance between work and home."
Work-life options at the company were developed following a partnership agreement between Thames Water and trade unions.