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HR Happy Hour 417 - Fertility Benefits in the Workplace

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Steve Boese Trish McFarlane

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HR Happy Hour 417 - Fertility Benefits in the Workplace

Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane

Guest: Tammy Sun, Co-Founder & CEO, Carrot Fertility

The HR Happy Hour show is sponsored by Paychex. Paychex makes it simple for businesses of all sizes to pay and manage their employees. They make payroll easy and automatic and they handle benefits programs. Paychex guides businesses through their human resources challenges by keeping them up to date with ever-changing laws and regulations. Online and mobile. Over the phone. In-person. Or any combination of the above. With Paychex, they work with you the way you want to work. Learn more at paychex.com.

This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Tammy Sun, Co-Founder & CEO of Carrot Fertility, a provider of the leading global provider of fertility benefits for the workplace. Carrot’s program includes everything from egg freezing, IVF and adoption, donor and gestational services, and more.

On the show, Tammy shared her perspective and views on fertility benefits, their growing importance to more segments of the workforce, and how organizations can leverage enhanced fertility benefits programs as a strategic benefit to improve employee engagement, retention, and employer brand.

We also discussed of how personally important and meaningful these issues and benefits are for employees, and how employers can use them to create better, more inclusive workplaces. 

Learn more about Carrot Fertility here.

This was a really interesting show, thanks to Tammy for joining us!

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