Fertility Benefits: The Key to Driving Employee Diversity

Most American companies have created Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) programs, but actually achieving these targets can be a big challenge for them. Studies show that organizations that offer fertility benefits have a much higher chance of attracting and retaining a wide range of employees, including women and LGBTQ+ individuals.

Dr. David Adamson, a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist and founder of ARC Fertility, shows why fertility benefits are an important tool for forward-thinking companies — and how organizations can offer them to gain a competitive advantage on the HR front.





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Advanced Reproductive Care, Inc. (ARC Fertility) is a mission-driven company focused on increasing access to quality fertility care by providing inclusive and comprehensive family-forming benefits. Since 1997, ARC has helped tens of thousands of people start their families through its highly vetted national provider network that delivers 25% of all US in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles. ARC Fertility provides cost-effective, evidence-based treatment packages along with a robust digital platform and mobile app. This is integrated with personal Care Navigator service to deliver compassionate emotional support throughout every family-forming journey. ARC Fertility is different: the company was founded by a reproductive endocrinologist with decades of clinical, business, and leadership experience. The innovative benefit’s flexibility meets each employer’s unique benefit plan and affordability needs. ARC brings significant savings and ROI by reducing costs through discounts, care management, avoiding waste and overutilization, reduced maternity/NICU costs, and validated superior outcomes.