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The best places to work are making the parenthood journey a joyful one, according to a recent Fortune article featuring Business Group members Comcast and pWc for their innovative approaches to supporting new parents.
According to Bill Strahan, executive vice president of human resources for Comcast Cable, “You don’t have to hide your family here."
No company today can afford to ignore the business impact of paid parental leave and its role in the competitive benefits landscape.
Currently, the 20 largest U.S. employers invest in paid parental leave and more forward-thinking companies are integrating family-friendly policies into their workforce than ever before.
Why? To attract, retain and engage talent, especially from incoming generations.
Our aging population, increased prevalence of chronic diseases, delayed retirement, higher divorce rates among Baby Boomers, geographically dispersed families and shortage of trained caregivers is causing an unprecedented caregiver crunch.
To help employers understand the caregiving experience and how it affects their employees and their bottom line, the Business Group created a new infographic – The Impact of Caregiving on Work.
Evidence for the positive impact of employee well-being is growing. Attendees at Workforce Strategy: The Future of Work, Life and Health heard Alex Edmans, Ph.D., Professor of Finance at London Business School, describe his research on the role of well-being in business performance. Dr. Edmans has shown that the ‘100 Best Companies to Work for in America’ beat their peers in the stock market by 2.3% - 3.8% per year from 1984 – 2011.
At Workforce Strategy 2018, global experts revealed mind-stretching ideas and real-world solutions to elevate the dialogue on employee well-being and prepare large employers for changing workforce dynamics.
Explore the secrets to success shared in Workforce Strategy 2018: Insights Worth Implementing.
Will your top talent return after having a child? According to a survey conducted by Ovia Health featured in our recently released Parent Package, nearly 1 in 3 moms don't return after having children, and of those, 40 percent felt that their large employer could have done things differently to retain them as employees.