Maven - Building Sustainable Benefits Programs for Working Parents in Tech
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Building Sustainable Benefits Programs for Working Parents in Tech

January 26th, 2022, 1 PM – 2 PM CT, Successfully held

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Here’s what we discussed:

As an HR leader in tech, your job has never been harder. Engineers, product designers, and data scientists are some of the most sought after candidates right now. They’re not just thinking about salary—they want benefits that support their lives and families beyond the office, no matter their background or path to parenthood.

Attracting and retaining diverse talent, promoting a culture of equity and inclusion, and improving employee health well-being: What once were big challenges may now feel more like mission impossible. In a transformed world, you need new ways to support parents and underrepresented racial groups.

For many organizations, new approaches to family benefits are the key to supporting vulnerable populations and building a healthy, diverse workforce. Our participants joined for a discussion about the role family benefits can play in helping your organization and what leading tech companies are doing to support working parents.

Solution Expert

Christian Hicks
SVP of Strategy & Operations, Maven
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Here is what we learned:

Alicia Braswell, Sr. Manager, HR Program Solutions, Asurion

Asurion’s workforce is heavily weighted toward millennials, and they are trying to figure out their needs, especially in terms of childcare. They are not interested in starting a daycare center, but supporting that need is a goal. They have hired vendors to address that. The company also uses its ERGs as a sounding board and is looking to expand those into areas like parenting support.

Shelby Lewis (Hunter), US Benefits Manager, Electronic Arts

EA is facing the same challenges as other employers. They do utilize ERGs surveys and occasional focus groups.

They have a telehealth option that they have been promoting and are pleased with the results of it so far.

One of the challenges they face is getting employees to understand the benefits they have at their disposal before they need them. No matter how many emails they send, there always is slack.

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About Maven Clinic:

Maven is the largest virtual clinic for women’s and family health, offering continuous, holistic care for fertility, pregnancy, and parenting. Maven’s award-winning digital programs are trusted by leading employers and health plans to reduce costs and drive better health outcomes for both parents and children. Founded in 2014 by CEO Kate Ryder, Maven has been recognized as Fast Company’s #1 Most Innovative Health Company and has supported more than 10 million women and families to date.

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