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Improving access to care in the UK with fertility benefits

by Maven Clinic | Employee Benefits

With 67% of LGBTQ+ employees considering assisted reproductive technology, adoption, or surrogacy, employers play a key role in addressing the diverse needs of their workforce. The document highlights the challenges in the current state of fertility care in the UK, emphasizing the decreasing availability of NHS-funded cycles.

Fertility benefits extend beyond financial assistance, covering testing, consultations, IVF, surrogacy, adoption, and fertility leave. Companies in the UK are recognizing their importance, with employees considering them among the top-requested benefits.

Find out how Maven Clinic explains the positive impact of fertility benefits on engagement and well-being is evident, reducing stress and improving focus.

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