Effectively supporting women and families in your organization is vital to encouraging women return to work and reducing absenteeism. By anticipating questions and initiating important conversations, your organization will be integral to helping employees balance their career during pregnancy and, ultimately, encouraging them to return to work.
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.
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!
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.
Paid parental leave is great, but there are many additional ways a workplace can support its parents. Here are some fresh ideas that will support your working parents and can enable them to be their best at home and at work.
Returning from maternity leave can be a stressful time for your employees. In fact, 43% of women don’t come back after leave. Facilitating this transition will help you retain your employees and provide them with the support necessary at this time, but what's the best way to do it? In this ebook How To Help … Continue reading [Ebook] How To Help Your Employees Return From Maternity Leave
Providing resources and support for your pregnant employees will help them have healthier pregnancies, but what if you could start that process even earlier? By helping your employees become their healthiest selves before they conceive, you could be looking at some serious cost savings for your organization. Here’s how!
Providing your employees with comprehensive benefits is just one piece of the benefits puzzle. Once your employees are enrolled in your benefits, how and why should you help them find the best care providers?
We’ve discussed the FMLA previously on our blog, but today we’re diving into the most common and problematic mistakes employers make regarding the FMLA. It’s not written down Ensure that your FMLA policy is in writing, with detailed information about how your HR department will count days off, determine eligibility, and outline procedure expectations. Include … Continue reading 6 Mistakes Employers Make with the FMLA
Is your maternity benefits plan supporting your employees and benefitting your organization? Use this checklist to maximize your impact.