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Needless to say, the pandemic has brought challenges to parents with full time jobs, or expectant mothers anxious about breast-feeding at the office.
if you're a dad working from home or a new mom scared to go back to work during the pandemic, don't be afraid to lean on your workplace. Employers do a lot of things these days. They offer everything from pet walking. Service is, too. Sometimes you know, she shines and manicures in the office. Founder and CEO de Bianna Gari says companies hire village to help both moms and dads juggle the work life balance. We provide working parents Theo employees with one on one personalized support. And with the stress of kids now going back to school, whether at home or in person, parents need that support everything from needing to have that awkward conversation with your boss about your transition, either going out on leave or back. Thio breastfeeding pumping in the workplace. Getting your child to sleep through the night. Even helping companies build lactation rooms and safe breastfeeding spaces for moms. And providing specifically support for breastfeeding moms tremendously reduces health care costs within a company, reducing stress for working parents and in turn making them better workers. The American Academy of Pediatrics says For every dollar a company spends on a lactation program, they'll return $3 in value. Working moms are extremely stressed as it is the pandemic Onley adding to that stress. But yada Gari says, The more you take care of yourself, the better you'll be as a parent and a worker. It's hard to check your hat at the door these days where workers 24 7 and we're absolutely parents 24 7. So when employers can support their employees in a way that's so personal and so important to their employees, it's just a win win for all.