STORK CLUB - Meet A Vendor
Shortlister hosted Adam King, Strategic Partnership Executive at Stork Club, to share Stork Club’s guide to approaching fertility and family forming benefits in a way that will help you meet your talent and DEI goals while avoiding many of the common pitfalls.
THE IMPORTANCE OF FERTILITY AND FAMILY FORMING BENEFITS
Fertility and family-forming benefits are experiencing widespread, rapid adoption far beyond the industries that have traditionally offered them. This is no surprise given the competitive talent market. Employers of all kinds are facing increased pressure to attract and retain top talent as well as meet diversity, equity, and inclusion goals.
Luckily, the experts at Stork Club recognize this need and offer fertility and family forming benefits that consider all 5 stages of the family forming journey such as:
ABOUT STORK CLUB
Stork Club was founded with the vision of giving people control over their reproductive lives – regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or partnership status – so they could have both a career and a family.
They achieve this by providing high-performance flexible parental and fertility benefits to help employers attract and retain talent while reducing their overall birth-related healthcare spend and improving clinical outcomes (e.g., fewer multiple births, lower NICU spend, fewer unnecessary C-sections, faster return to work after birth, etc).
ONE PLATFORM FOR ALL THE FAMILY BENEFITS
Stork Club’s Flexible Family Benefits platform can meet your company’s needs whether you’re starting with a single benefit or you’re rolling out comprehensive multi-program coverage. Here is what they offer:
HOW TO ENSURE SUCCESS?
One of the main rules to maintain and attract new talents is to allocate a budget for benefits that your current and future workforce will find valuable. For millennial workers, one of the top priorities for men and women is coverage for fertility preservation and assisted pregnancy treatments.
To get ahead in the battle to attract the long-term oriented talent, you should: