Making All Paths to Parenthood More Inclusive for Your Employees
  • Corrinne Hobbs, General Manager and Vice President, Employer Market - Ovia Health
  • Kristy Lucksinger, Head of Global Benefits - JLL
  • Daniel Kwong, VP of Talent & Culture - Woodward
  • Shawna Oliver, AVP, Head of Global Benefits & Wellness - Manulife Financial Corp.
  • Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza, Journalist - From Day One Contributing Editor / Moderator
Prospective parents are taking different paths to parenthood. Studies indicate that nearly 30% of LGBTQ+ couples are raising children, and nearly two-thirds of millennial LGBTQ+ couples are hoping to expand their family in the near future. But many of those paths can be challenging and expensive. Surrogate parenthood, for example, typically costs $60,000 to $100,000 per child. If your company's current family-building benefits aren’t built to support every path to parenthood, they may not be inclusive enough to meet your goals for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB), as well as retention and talent acquisition. Watch this webinar to learn how to evolve your benefits to be more inclusive, and ways to support surrogacy, egg and sperm donorship, and adoption and fostering.

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