Fertility and Family Forming Support for Your Employees

Fertility and Family Forming Support for your Employees

A healthcare app with world-class experts. 

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Why your employees need support

1 in 6 couples struggle to conceive

68% of employees say they'd switch jobs for fertility benefits

1 in 3 employees leave their job entirely.

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Why myTamarin for Corporates?

Why myTamarin for Corporates - Fertility

A 24/7 concierge service for your employees:

  • Unlimited 1on1 video consultations with experts
  • 24/7 in-app chat with experts
  • Access any time, anywhere
  • Complete confidentiality

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myTamarin's Fertility Experts

Meet Anne

Anne is a fertility nurse, who has been working with both NHS and private clinics. She supports couples or individuals through their entire fertility journey - from advising on lifestyle changes to improve their conception chances, to discussing various fertility treatments, advising on how to select a fertility doctor or clinic, and finally holding their hand throughout the journey.  

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Meet our fertility expert - fertility nurse

Resources for Employers
Employer Checklist

Employer Checklist

Detailed checklist to help you ensure you have all points covered.

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Our full whitepaper on the challenges for employees and employers, and what to do about it.

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See all of our fertility and family forming resources for employers.

Be the company everyone wants to work - diversity, inclusion, equity and support through each key life stage

Overcoming challenges together

Be the company everybody wants to work for

80% of all employees are in a vulnerable life stage right now, and are typically also the most valuable cohort to their employer. Improve their wellbeing to improve your retention rates and decrease the cost of (re)hiring.

Have your team connect to our expert practitioners and get the specialist care and support they need.

  •  Retention 
  •  Diversity
  •  Wellness 
  •  Productivity 
  •  50% uptake

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The Six Key Life Stages

Explore employee support for other key life stages

Interested in our employee benefits services?

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FAQs: Employee Support for Fertility

Should organisations have a fertility policy in the workplace?

Having a fertility policy in the workplace can be a positive and support...

Having a fertility policy in the workplace can be a positive and supportive measure for employees who are going through fertility treatments or dealing with infertility. It also demonstrates the organisation's commitment to supporting employees during these challenging times. For an example template of a robust fertility policy, feel free to leverage our fertility policy template under our fertility resources.

What can employers do to support fertility in the workplace?

With 1 in 6 couples experiencing infertility worldwide, it is fundamenta...

With 1 in 6 couples experiencing infertility worldwide, it is fundamental for organisations to support fertility challenges in the workplace. Below are some suggestions how employers can support:

Accessible information: Having a structured fertility policy in place creates an open culture free from stigma, makes sure employees feel comfortable in the workplace; and prevents the best talent from leaving.

Awareness in the workplace: Establishing the role of Fertility Ambassador to open the conversation and signpost to support. Making sure there is a focus on educating the organisation on the impact of fertility challenges on the workforce (resources, webinars, etc.)

Expert support: Introduce a fertility benefit support provider, such as myTamarin, offering 1on1 consultations and other support with fertility nurses.

Staff training: Ensuring line managers understand the challenges of treatment for employees including the physical, mental, and financial impact and how they can support someone going through it.

Flexible working: Giving the right for employees to request flexible working, including reasonable working adjustments, so they can attend appointments and deal with the physical impact of fertility treatments.