Working parents today rely heavily on schools to care for their children, and most don’t have a caregiver at home who is not working. Even for parents with the ability to pay for childcare, in the midst of a pandemic there are fewer options available to school-aged children.

The current caregiver crisis is a complex societal problem with no easy solutions. But we think there are ways for employers to provide meaningful support to working parents while showing the empathy that is needed during this difficult situation.


This support can be provided in three broad categories to elevate the employee experience:


Download our whitepaper to learn ways you can support your workforce. Providing the right combination of flexibility and support to parents and caregivers means considering the impact on all aspects of their wellbeing – financial, physical and emotional health -- as they balance responsibilities around work with caregiving needs.

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