of millennial parents prioritize benefits over pay raises 1
of millennials would change jobs for better benefits 2
of women decide leave their job after having a baby 3
engagement in the first trimester
increase in natural conception
reduction in preterm births
identification of PPD compared to the national average of 11%
Build a family-friendly culture that supports working parents and reduces maternity costs.
1 - "4 in 5 Employees Want Benefits or Perks More Than a Pay Raise; Glassdoor Employment Confidence Survey (Q3 2015)." Glassdoor. October 2, 2015.
2 - "83% of Millennials Would Leave Their Job for one with Better Family/Lifestyle Benefits; Care.com Workplace Solutions Survey." Care.com. August 10, 2015.
3 - Ovia Health’s 2017 Motherhood in America report
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