With 57% of women participating in the labor force and 70% of those with children under the age of 18 working outside of the home, employers will commonly focus on ways to support and engage this cohort. One of the main drivers of addressing maternal health is the frequency and cost of pregnancy, making it the most costly condition for many employers. Increasing rates of preterm birth, pregnancy complications, and Caesarean delivery are making employers aware of the need to focus on pregnancy and maternity-related health and health care costs.
The Parent Package
This toolkit encourages employers to bundle and communicate a comprehensive suite of benefits for employees along their parenthood journey. It provides business case and benchmarking data to help employers make data-driven decisions.
Therapies and Supports for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Their Families
Outlines the clinical evidence for the most common autism treatments and other considerations for employers as they seek to support children with autism and their working caregivers.
Engaging Women in Evidence-Based Maternity Care
Reviews which maternity interventions are commonly overused and underused and recommends employer actions to promote evidence-based care and achieve engagement. Also included are brief snapshots of employers whose innovative efforts are driving increased utilization of important maternity benefits and programs.
Blog Post: Moving From Volume to Value in Maternity Care
Learn about The Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network (LAN) and their initiative to provide support and resources to drive improvement in maternity care outcomes via episode payments.
Chart: State and Local Wage Replacement Laws for Parental and Family Leave
A regularly updated chart tracking State and local laws on paid parental and family leave.
39 Business Group members are included in the 2016 Working Mother 100 Best Companies listing.