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Empowering Working Parents In The Modern Workplace

It is no secret that childcare costs continue to rise, making it harder for many families to find and afford full-time childcare. On top of this, many working parents struggle to give their employer and their family 100% every day.

This challenge is an opportunity for employers to engage with their workforce and find areas where they can improve to help their employees be the best they can be—both at work and home.

So, how can organizations support working parents? According to OneDigital HR Client Executive Jessica Gomez, they must take the opportunity to learn about the demographics of their organization and assess the best tools and resources to put in place to make their teams successful and ensure their employees feel supported. She offers strategies for employers in her recent piece featured on

With childcare costs continuing to rise, employers can look to implement assistance to help employees control these costs. This benefit can range from offering onsite childcare, partnering with certain childcare centers to provide discounts for employees, or providing monthly stipends to help ease childcare costs.
— Jessica Gomez, HR Client Executive

Read the full article here.

The role of human resources is ever-changing and requires organizations to remain knowledgeable about changing laws and legislation, as well as best practices, to attract and retain talent. Read The Future of the Workforce: 8 Key HR Trends to Watch in 2024 for more critical trends driving HR in 2024.