Redefining benefits strategies for a family-first workforce

With almost 8 in 10 employers looking to family-friendly benefits as a key to their talent strategy, Cleo teamed up with Harvard Business Review Analytic Services to create a comprehensive report on benefits strategies for forward-thinking leaders as they create inclusive, family-first workplaces.

Get out in front as this decade will mark a strategic shift, with companies looking for end-to-end solutions that drive organizational health and improved work outcomes.

Download the report now and take a page from top employers' benefits playbook.

The case for family benefits is clear


of working parents experience burnout

Working parents are at particular risk of burnout. This can jeopardize their well-being, as well as performance, retention, and office morale


of healthcare spending covers 5% of the workforce

20% of healthcare spending goes to new mothers and kids. Yet new moms make up only about 5% of a workforce. Avoidable, high-cost interventions are often the cause.


of caregivers say productivity suffers

When a caregiver’s professional productivity is derailed, it can negatively impact coworkers, supervisors, and an office’s overall performance.

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