Tag: family wellbeing blog series
One in six children aged 3-17 years old have a diagnosis for developmental differences. Companies that are supportive of employees raising neurodivergent children can achieve better retention and contribute to healthier workplaces.
Over half of working parents in America reported missing work or being interrupted at work to deal with their child’s mental health issues.
There aren’t many easy-to-access therapeutic resources for parents whose children are struggling. That’s why it’s so important for employers to offer support.
We’re in the middle of a global mental health crisis that is affecting the whole family. Here’s why the future of work must prioritize family wellbeing, and the steps HR leaders can start taking today to make this a reality at your organization.
We’re in the third year of a global pandemic that has elevated anxiety, addiction, and depression—and when one member of the family struggles, the entire family feels it. Here’s how HR leaders can provide support in each of these areas.