More and more employers are figuring out that offering maternity leave is no longer enough, especially when it when comes to employee’s overall health, job satisfaction and their own bottom line. Lindsey Conon, Senior Consultant at Willis Towers Watson, explains how employers can create solutions to boost benefit engagement and productivity while lowering their overall maternity costs.

Tip Sheet: How To Support Breastfeeding Employees

August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, a time dedicated for moms to talk openly about the joys and difficulties of breastfeeding – the workplace is not often a place breastfeeding is talked about openly, but employers can play a huge role setting breastfeeding employees up for success. We’ve rounded up some tips to get you started.

How (And Why) To Retain Top Female Talent

It’s undeniable the workforce is changing – 40% of women are the primary or sole earner for their household, and 70% of women with children under 18 are part of the workforce. Because women have emerged as such a significant segment of the professional world, it’s more important than ever for employers understand how to attract and retain top female talent.

Want to Know How to Create a Great Employee Experience?

Employee experience is a part of everything from recruiting to onboarding to employee retention. The workforce is changing rapidly, and many new jobs require incredibly unique skills that can only be filled by a handful of people. If you’re ready to create an enviable employee experience, the first step is to watch our webinar with Jason Lavender from Willis Towers Watson!

How to Help New Moms Succeed at Work

It’s not easy for a pregnant employee or a new mom to strike a balance between professional and personal commitments on her own. Help your pregnant employees navigate this important moment in their lives by anticipating some of the most common questions they will have and initiating thoughtful conversations about the intersection of pregnancy, parenting, and work.