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KEEPING WORKING PARENTS ON THE JOB

IMPROVING A CULTURE OF BELONGING

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Some key findings from the Harvard Business School study, “The Caring Company” about caregiving responsibilities

Leaders with the most senior titles and responsibilities are the most likely group to leave their jobs due to their caregiving needs

  • Productivity decrease due to work intrusions and shortened working hours

  • Depletion of talent

  • Loss of employees, especially the most experienced and highest paid workers

  • Cost of hiring and training new employees to replace employees who have left their jobs

  • Temporary hiring costs

  • Lost institutional knowledge

  • Caregiving responsibilities directly contribute to employee turnover

Why do these working parents reduce their hours or find they have to quit?  The HBS study states:

—Because employees do not feel supported, many hide the burden of their caregiving responsibilities 

—The vast majority have 2 work lives—at their job and then at home

—Women bear the brunt of caregiving

—Wellbeing declines, affecting both physical and emotional health

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