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Get your free virtual pass here.

Do you employ any parents of children under five? They miss, on average, 13 days a year because they don’t have access to quality childcare.

If that’s not enough to pique your attention, how about the $1.8 billion in missing revenue from absent employees?

With all the curveballs COVID-19 has thrown at Americans, working parents are among the hardest hit.

The pandemic has also had an adverse effect on women as female workforce participation has dropped to its lowest rate in more than 30 years (McKinsey). Helping working women return to work will require a focus on childcare benefits.

Do you currently have benefits for working parents?

When you get your virtual pass to How the State of Childcare Impacts Your People, you’ll get several helpful, tangible resources and walk away with these actionable learnings:

  1. Why it’s important that your organization offers childcare benefits
  2. What you can do now to make a difference in your working parents’ lives
  3. How early learning care works for parent employees

On Thurs, Mar 18 at 11am ET, join our friends at Early Learning Indiana and a First Person benefits expert to learn more about the state of childcare and how you can help your parent employees be less anxious and more productive.

Also, get one hour of SHRM continuing education credits when you attend the virtual session.

Get your free virtual pass here.

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