Is hybrid work doing enough to support parents? Use this checklist to evaluate your hybrid work policy and learn new strategies to support parents in the workplace.
It’s time to look beyond short-term fixes and take a holistic approach to supporting your employees’ mental health long term.
Now’s the time to reevaluate your policies and benefits to ensure parents have the support they need as they return to the office.
There’s a reason why 81% of the best workplaces offer fertility benefits. And they can make all the difference when it comes to recruiting and retaining top talent.
At least 13% of U.S. parents have had to quit a job or reduce working hours due to lack of child care caused by COVID-19.
At least 14% of women are considering quitting their jobs because of the additional load at home due to COVID-19—and the reality is likely much higher.
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By offering virtual care and increasing opportunities for education, health plans and employers can overcome some of the barriers preventing Indigenous people from accessing equitable, high-quality maternal healthcare.
Tech companies can support their working parents by providing them with the resources they need to balance the demands of their home life with those in the office. Here’s what tech employers need to know about improving work-life balance.