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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.