• 2 weeks ago
  • Employees, Fertility
  • Fertifa

Benefits made to last (beyond World Infertility Awareness Month)

June is widely recognised as the month we celebrate and welcome the summer, but did you know June was also World Infertility Awareness Month – a month to raise awareness of infertility and to support to those of us impacted?

Whilst June may be coming to an end, the awareness of infertility should not, especially this year.

The impact of COVID-19 has been unique – and certainly unlike anything recent history has succumbed to. Not only has there been a widespread global business impact, leading to new ways of working and rapid adoption of new technology, it’s also brought about greater reflection on what really matters to us in the workplace.

There has been much debate on what employers should consider to best move forward, both in terms of their respective organisations but also the economy. It’s becoming clear the impact of what has happened will not be short-term and changes adopted by employers right now will not only be crucial to recovery but may become a mainstay of how they do business going forward.

With around 1 in 6 people struggling with infertility and up to 20% of any workforce impacted, the increase in waiting times and general inconvenience caused by COVID-19 within the healthcare system will have a greater impact in the workplace than many may think. 

So, if there’s one key change to introduce in your employee benefits portfolio it should be fertility support.

Fertility Benefits

Born from our own experiences, we understand how difficult things can be when there are issues with fertility – physically, mentally and financially. 

Fertifa are here to help and can provide support throughout anyone’s fertility journey. We offer access to fertility advisors seven days a week, counselling, fertility coaching support and a network of highly qualified medical expertise for individuals across the UK. 

We’re here to listen, support and educate during such critical time in one’s life. Our approach is that of kindness and care, with every interaction filled with empathy and tailored to what matters.

If you’d like to find out more about how we can support your employees during this time, please drop us a message to get the conversation started.

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