Burnout isn’t just bad for exhausted parents, it’s also bad for business. Overwhelmed people typically won’t generate innovative solutions. And because employers understand that, they’re becoming more proactive with wellbeing benefits and policies. This includes non-traditional support of mental health, stress management and even movement.” Leslie Forde.
More and more organizations are recognizing that they need to provide extra support for their employees. Helping people with benefits and resources to manage their lives is great for morale but it’s also great for employee retention and the bottom line.
Happy employees are more productive and innovative. Can we be helpful as you plan post-pandemic strategies? A lot of organizations need support through this process. Learn more about our Allies @ Work programs.
Read the full article, “Is Good Childcare the Answer to Better Mental Health?”