IS YOUR ORGANIZATION AT RISK OF LOSING WORKING PARENTS?

For the third of the workforce with children, managing the competing demands of jobs and parenting is a daily struggle

CHILD CARE BREAKDOWNS ARE COSTING PARENTS…AND EMPLOYERS

COVID-19 exacerbated already dire child care shortages. The side effect is parents who can’t work. And it’s playing out across industries, contributing to everything from product shortages to broken supply chains.

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JOB & FAMILY CONFLICTS DECREASE YOUR TALENT POOL

Job-family conflicts have caused 30% of parents to dial back work time. And reduced hours are only the tip of the iceberg, with a spiraling quit rate threatening today’s productivity, and tomorrow’s carefully constructed pipelines.

7 million adults aren’t working because they’re at home caring for children who don’t have school or child care.

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GENDER EQUITY ON THE LINE

Working mothers are especially in the crosshairs, with mass exits threatening to set gender diversity back a quarter century. The fallout could impact employers for generations.

Nearly 3 million women have dropped out of the workforce entirely in the past year — and two out of three are considering major post-COVID career changes.

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A THIRD OF THE WORKFORCE AT RISK OF QUITTING

Parents without child care are struggling in multiple ways. Unmanageable workloads and jobs without boundaries are one set of problems; worries about children's social development are another. Together, they’re weighing heavily, compromising working parents’ productivity.

9.8 million mothers are suffering from burnout.

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DECLINING CHILD CARE SUPPLY DIRECTLY IMPACTS EMPLOYERS

Almost 50% of women say they couldn’t work at all without child care. Yet the supply of available spaces is expected to drop by half. It means employers who provide child care will not only solve an urgent talent problem today, they’ll also set their companies up for post-COVID recovery ahead.

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