Employers know that supporting working parents is an essential part of their benefits strategy. But with dozens of point solutions, overlapping offerings, and new benefits, understanding how they all fit together is challenging.
Download this guide to get to know the family benefits landscape and learn how key benefits can come together to offer holistic support for working families.
In this guide you'll learn:
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.