Maternal care has remained largely unchanged for decades. In the face of a worsening maternal health crisis, it’s time to rethink how we approach the most pivotal moment in healthcare.
Two-thirds of parents report feeling anxious as they navigate child care or school decisions disrupted by COVID-19, and nearly 60% do not feel supported by their employer.
With the tightest labor market in decades, the war for talent is on, and Millennials are at the center. So, what do Millennials look for in their employers?
Employers are starting to recognize the benefits in investing in maternity program, but the baseline level of support is still low.
Companies that tap into female talent and recruit women for management roles outperform industry averages. Yet, so many struggle to attract and retain women who become mothers.
Todd McCafferty, Benefits Manager, White & Case LLPRead the case study
Erica, a first-time mother working in New York City, shares her Maven story. She turned to Maven for care, support, and advice during postpartum, helping her achieve her breastfeeding goals, navigate a food allergy, and more.
Fertility benefits are on the rise among U.S. employers. But reimbursements aren't enough - here's five reason why comprehensive benefits are so important to your employees.