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Each Mother’s Day, partners and children celebrate one of the most important women in their lives with trinkets and treats, but this moment can also serve as a reminder for businesses to spend a minute or two considering how workplace benefits support mothers and parents.

You’re already working hard to take care of your participants, but mothers, parents, women, and caretakers can use some extra attention. Why? For one thing, McKinsey research recently found that parents are more likely to have left their jobs than non-parents, with parents of color contemplating an exit at higher rates than white parents. Similarly, women are leaving the workforce more now than at any other time in the last 33 years, predominantly to take care of children and loved ones. 

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