Parenting in the Workplace
For Your Company. Employer Benefits: Grateful employees, higher morale, more loyalty and productivity, less burnout and lower healthcare costs. Access our Parenting in the Workplace Brochure HERE.
Content Rich PresentationsAll high quality presentations are filled with supportive, helpful, stress relieving tips and information for parents and grandparents of all ages and stages.
Did You Know?Employees using in-house work/family initiatives were 45% more likely to “go the extra mile” to ensure their company’s success than employees not using the programs.
Success StoriesJohnson and Johnson found that 53% of employees noticed an improvement in their work environment because of the company’s work/family initiatives, and employees utilizing work/family programs were more committed and loyal.
Working Parent’s Reality:
88% of working parents are suffering from health related problems. 80% catch up on work nights and weekends 81% worry they will burn out 59% have problems with anxiety 43% struggle with depression Job instability, the economic downturn, bullying & cyber bullying, school demands, abduction fears, the media barrage against children, and much, much more. These levels of stress and anxiety can not only affect parents, but also their children, oftentimes resulting in increased misbehavior, acting out and defiance. Many working parents may want to do more or learn more effective ways to help their children and themselves, but don’t have the energy or motivation to seek out parenting information after a long day at work or don’t know where to begin. This is where you, as a supportive employer can help: You do the work and bring the information to your parents and caregivers so that they don’t have to add one more stressor to their already full plate. The benefits are enormous: For the Employer: Grateful employees, higher morale, more loyalty, less burnout, lower healthcare costs. For Employees: More household harmony, less stress and anxiety, lower healthcare costs, confidence in their parenting abilities, more connectivity with the organization that brought them the parenting information Did you know:
- DuPont found in a ten year study of 18,000 employees that employees utilizing or aware of work/family programs were the most committed employees and the least likely to feel overwhelmed or burned out.
- Stress can increase absenteeism and health care costs, and one common source of stress is work/family conflicts.
- Employees from companies with supportive work/family policies were half as likely to experience stress-related illness or job burnout, regardless of whether they participated in these programs.
With our professional presenters sharing the latest evidence based information, we can help you to help your employees find more peace, harmony and stress relief. Click here for our workshop and class offerings.
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