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Companies that offer their employees parenting support see greater employee retention, reduced staff sick days, higher job satisfaction, and increased productivity.

This benefit became a necessity for the best places to work as they look for more ways to support working parents through the effects of the pandemic such as increased parenting stress, burnout and the Great Resignation.

Companies that offer working parents in-office support from human behavior experts like Rachel Bailey often see greater employee retention, reduced staff sick days, and higher job satisfaction.

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Parents are struggling these days.

“23 percent of employees have considered quitting a job due to child care issues, with women three times more likely than men to consider doing so.”

Why Your Organization Needs Parenting Workshops

Managing the family dynamics is integral to optimal performance in the workplace. When your team’s family is thriving, your business and organization thrives and that is what we all want.

“Most CEOs know that talent is their #1 priority, but now it’s time to put your money where your mouth is. Investments in tailored and well-designed benefits programs, end-to-end wellbeing programs, and digital workplace tools to improve productivity and wellbeing are critical.” Josh Bersin, December 13th, 2021 The Great Resignation to the Great Migration

“Previous research we’ve conducted shows that companies that invest in working families see 5.5 times more revenue growth than peers thanks to greater innovation, higher talent retention, and increased productivity.”

So what did these best-in-class companies do?

Our research showed: They delivered benefits that were seen as special and unique to the needs of their parent population.” The Parents Aren’t Alright: How To Retain And Sustain Working Parents Amid The Great Resignation by Karsten VagnerForbes


Rachel has been quoted in HR Brew, The Washington Post, Law.Com and Corporate Counsel

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