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.
Starting a family is one of the most life-changing decisions a woman, couple, or family can make. On top of the emotional and financial responsibilities that come with having a baby, the medical involvement is also an important factor. Childbirth is one of the most significant medical experiences a woman can go through, especially if … Continue reading Ovia Health and Jiff: How Digital Partnerships Are Improving Health Outcomes
Is your maternity benefits plan supporting your employees and benefitting your organization? Use this checklist to maximize your impact.
Ovia Health is thrilled to kick off our new My Maternity Matters video series. Each month, we’ll be interviewing working parents to explore what maternity benefits, leave, and policies look like across various roles and companies through personal stories. Check out this month’s video, in which Ovia Health’s Chief of Product, Gina Nebesar, tells us … Continue reading My Maternity Matters: Episode 1
When you’re in the benefits space, “FMLA” gets tossed around a lot. Whether you’re an expert in the law or can’t seem to remember what the acronym stands for, everyone could use a little refresher from time to time. Reviewing the FMLA thoroughly is a helpful way to see how it fits into your organization’s maternity benefits and leave policies.
Not only is the landscape of the workplace changing, but parenthood is changing along with it. Women are focusing on their careers and having children later in life. Men are using paternity leave and taking on more childrearing responsibilities. The current offerings for working parents are no longer enough (and really, they've never been enough). … Continue reading Introducing Maternity Matters