For many people, family planning starts in the office
For working women and men planning to build a family, there’s far more to consider than the traditional elements of health, marriage, home-ownership, and savings. At the top of today’s list is their employer
70% of first-time parents admit that their workplace impacted the timing of their first baby
Today’s generation of parents are determined to build families without postponing, deprioritizing, or giving up on career ambitions. Yet they’re worried about careers post-baby, and they’d give up a lot (including money) for an employer that is family-friendly
Today’s new parents — largely in dual-income households — are excited by work; it fulfils them. And they have no intention of giving that up as they plan for a family. As a result, for many people, family planning starts in the office.
Employee turnover will have a negative impact on an organisation’s performance.
An average employee costs a UK business £11,000 - £30,000 to replace.
Creating wellbeing strategies for expecting, new and returning parents can reduce turnover and increase employee retention
The 9-Month Club was created as a specialist consultancy, supporting working parents and their employers in developing supportive and innovative workplaces that support working parents empathetically, while helping them reach peak productivity.