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Parents@Work Memberships

Professional Membership

Premium access to all services 

An all-inclusive service to support working parents manage their working lives as professionals and parents.

→ one-to-one executive career coaching session
→ Unlimited use of open learning courses 
→  Toolkits and resources
Find out more about the Parents@Work Professional Membership here

Standard Membership

Access to online customisable portal and course series

A simple way to help employees plan and prepare for parental leave, return to work, manage their career as working parent, create flexible work arrangements and much more.

→ Unlimited use of open learning courses 
→  Toolkits and resources
Find out more about the Parents@Work Standard Membership here.

Both memberships are available in a customised and branded version. Whichever membership you choose for your employees you will have a complete end-to-end working parent and carer solution with up to 12 months access. 


Business Benefits of a Parenting Program

 Reduces the cost of staff turnover – taking a holistic approach to the working parents’ journey from parental leave to negotiating and supporting a flexible working arrangement is one of the best ways to retain talented staff. 

 Minimises legal risks – taking an informed, pro-active approach to supporting working parents significantly reduces an organisation’s risk of maternity and pregnancy discrimination which occurs to 1 in 2 women and 1 in 4 men (Australian Human Rights Commission

 Enhances your reputation and attracts the best talent – 70% of Australian workers view work-life balance as the most important thing when considering a new position (The Hiring Report: The State of Hiring in Australia 2015). Organisations who develop and promote their working parents programs become “employers of choice” in the talent pool. They also raise their profile amongst the community and in the marketplace. 

 Improves the health and productivity of your employees – 72% of mothers who experienced discrimination reported it affected their mental health (AHRC). A study by Ernst & Young found women working part-time are the most productive in the workforce. An employee that is happy with their work-life set-up works more productively than one who is struggling with the day-to-day challenges of managing work with family. 

 Promotes gender equality – The pay gap in management in Australia is as high as 45% (WGEA). Yet, the Grattan Institute worked out that Australia could increase its national GDP by $25 billion with just a 6% increase in women's workforce participation. 

 Enables your managers to develop, negotiate and support effective flexible working arrangements

To trial a package, contact us now.



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