fbpx

Building the business case for reproductive health in the workplace

The pandemic has resulted in many employers reviewing their existing benefit and wellbeing provisions. Whilst people have been working from home, employers now also have a better understanding of the less visible challenges impacting employees in their personal lives.

Reproductive health benefits are fast becoming an interesting proposition for forward-thinking employers. 66% of UK employers think that workplace fertility support should be considered a statutory right and 82% said their organisation was expecting to enhance existing provisions e.g. leave or flexible working (Censuswide, 2019). Yet some employers are still unsure of the value that such an offering could bring.

A comprehensive reproductive healthcare offering is not only good for employees, its good for business. With fertility levels continually declining in men and women, the number of employees affected by reproductive health challenges – and therefore, those who will benefit from such offerings – will continue to increase.

This webinar will be hosted by Helen Beedham (author, speaker and adviser on inclusive work cultures and professional careers). Panelists will include Hema Wara (HR & Client Services Director at Fertifa), and Hortense Thorpe (Procurement Business Partner and Founder of Centrica’s Fertility Group network). The session is intended to help you build a successful business case for your company to introduce reproductive health benefits.

1. Get access to facts and figures to support your own business case

2. Understand the ROI of implementing reproductive health support in any organisation

3. Receive tips and advice about who to engage within your business

4. Access an example business case

Sponsored by Fertifa, the Workplace Fertility Community’s mission is to breakdown the taboo of reproductive health & fertility in the workplace. For more information, get in touch via info@fertifa.com.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on facebook
Share on whatsapp
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest

You may also like...