Over one third of employers fail to offer fertility support

New research shows

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Over one third of employers fail to offer fertility support

A significant number of UK employers are failing to offer fertility support to their employees, according to new research from B2B digital health and wellness platform, Peppy.

According to the platform, just over one third (36%) of businesses neither offer such support to staff nor have plans to offer it the near future. The research does suggest, however, that the number of staff offering fertility support to their staff has been steadily increasing over the years, with 7% planning to implement some form of support in this area in the future and 22% of employers responding they have always offered fertility support in the workplace. Over the last year, 15% of business...

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