Last week, the National Business Group on Health hosted their annual fall conference – we were thrilled to launch our Motherhood in America Report at this inspiring event. We asked women what they value on their journey to motherhood; our report outlines what they said, as well as high-impact strategies employers can adopt to better support female talent.
Ovia Health recently ranked third in Boston Business Journal's "2017 Best Places to Work" -- and we couldn't be more excited. Here's why this recognition means so much to us.
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.
The relationship between parents and the workplace is evolving. It’s a win-win: employers are proactively revising their workplace benefits to help employees balance professional and personal life, and, thanks to these new practices, employees are finding themselves able to work more efficiently.
Millennials make up the largest generational group in the U.S. workforce at more than 53 million workers. They function differently in the workplace than past generations and have different expectations of their employers. They're shaking up the workforce, and legacy companies and small businesses alike are asking themselves how to recruit, retain, and motivate their … Continue reading 5 Benefits Millennials Are Interested In