Pregnant woman at computer Simply "turning on" fertility coverage with the employer's primary medical insurance provider is not always the best way to go about implementing family-building benefits.( Photo: Shutterstock)

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, millions of Americans are quitting their jobs as a result of burnout and dissatisfaction with their current companies, and employers are struggling to attract and retain top talent amidst "The Great Resignation." People are seeking out new positions that allow for more flexibility, more perks, and even better benefits.

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