We know how hard it can be to support employees who are also parents. Kami provides actionable insights to help you understand how to provide the best possible care and assistance to your employees at work and while they take parental leave.
From conception, to bump, to baby, and back to work again... We are with your workforce every step of the way.
Support all parents to be their best. We are ready to support all parents needs including: Mums, Dads, LBGTQ+, and single parents who adopt, birth or surrogate.
Check-in on wellbeing reports throughout parental leave to identify and respond to your employee's needs.
Use our data insights to understand how to best support your employees at work and while they take parental leave.
Grief is something we are all likely to experience in our lifetimes, however the workplace often falls short when it comes to supporting those who have experienced profound loss.
Employers that provide strong support to pregnant employees can transform their experience and help to ease what can be a stressful and anxious time for them.
Employees can work up to 10 days during their maternity or adoption leave, these are called Keeping in Touch (KIT) days. KIT days are intended to help employees keep in contact with their workplace and allow them to do some work while still being on maternity leave.
Evidence is only just starting to emerge regarding the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on wellbeing. Working from home for months on end, a lack of in-person interaction and concerns about job security have left many people’s mental health at a low point.
Ensuring there is seamless support throughout parental leave and the return to work plays a vital role in promoting good mental health in new parents, at a time when they can be particularly vulnerable.
Employers that provide strong support to pregnant employees can transform their experience and help to ease what can be a stressful and anxious time for them. 77% of women said that they've had a negative experience during pregnancy, maternity leave, and on their return to work.