2020 has felt like one curveball after the next. For employers, the time to offer proactive support has passed for 2020, but it’s not too late for 2021. With the new year just around the corner and no respite on the horizon for working families, it’s important for employers to plan ahead and act with urgency.
Our latest study found that 27% of parents are considering leaving their company for another role that is more supportive of their role as a parent. On top of that, 4x more women than men dropped out of the US workforce in September 2020 to meet the demands of caring for their families. 2020 also ushered in a significant rise in virtual care and change in how individuals are seeking and receiving treatment and support for their health and wellbeing. Burnout, mental health, and caregiving responsibilities are some of the biggest challenges facing working parents right now.
Most employers are starting to see that the pressures on working parents aren’t going away any time soon and now understand they have a responsibility to support families at their companies.
Join us for a live fireside chat with Cleo CEO SJ Sacchetti and Cleo Co-founder and Chief Medical Officer Chitra Akileswaran as they share the most important culture-defining trends employers should be considering as they build an inclusive, family-friendly strategy in 2021 and beyond.
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