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As part of their benefits packages for 2023, 40% of U.S. organizations offer fertility benefits, according to a new study by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. That is up from 30% of organizations who offered such benefits in 2020, said IFEBP, which has been tracking fertility and family-forming benefits for 7 years.

The foundation said companies are offering such benefits for a variety of reasons, including attracting and retaining key talent, saving on health care costs, matching benefits to diversity, equity and inclusion goals, and to support overall well-being of their workforce.


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