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Return to Work: How to Bring New Parents Back After Leave

Employee Benefit News

Nov. 12, 2019
Recorded Online

Employers are concerned about retaining working parents – and for good reason. Data shows that 59% of employees say they’re likely to switch to a more family-friendly employer once they have their first child. And in this tight talent market, your competitor could be the destination.

Where to begin? The answer is to make parenting and a career possible. That starts with implementing specific practices and supports employees need to effectively leave, return, and grow in their careers.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How working mothers – and fathers – are affected by today’s costliest retention problem
  • Which programs are rapidly gaining traction – and what explains their meteoric rise
  • The five key practices organizations need to effectively bring parents back after leave
  • Examples of how successful organizations have implemented return to work programs

Moderator: Lynn Gresham, Former Editor-in-Chief, Employee Benefit News


  • Scarlett Abraham Clarke, Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Bright Horizons
  • Teresa Hopke, CEO, Talking Talent, Inc.

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