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7 steps to advocate for fertility and family planning benefits at work
Progyny’s SVP of People Cassandra Pratt shares her advice for anyone looking to speak to their employer about adding fertility and family building benefits.
Progyny Named on The Financial Times’ List of Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies
Progyny has been recognized in The Financial Times’ 2023 list of Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies, making it the fourth year in a row the company has accomplished this achievement.
Progyny CEO says economic turbulence isn’t hurting business
Progyny’s CEO Pete Anevski speaks with Mad Money’s Jim Cramer about Progyny’s superior solution and the rise in demand for fertility benefits.
When measuring benefits’ impacts, outcomes are essential
Progyny’s SVP of Employer Market Strategy Arielle Bogorad writes for BenefitsPro about why accessing and understanding outcomes are important to evaluating ROI.
MoneyWatch: Rise in fertility benefits from U.S. employers
Benefits for family building-related care are increasingly being offered by employers across the country. Pete Anevski, CEO of Progyny, joins CBS News’ Tanya Rivero and Nancy Chen to discuss making fertility treatments more accessible and the growth in the number of employers offering fertility benefits through Progyny.
Egg freezing, IVF and surrogacy: Fertility benefits have evolved to become the ultimate workplace perk
Employees are increasingly enjoying a full suite of fertility benefits as companies look for new ways to attract top talent and boost their DEI initiatives. Progyny CEO Pete Anevski and Progyny member Priya spoke with CNBC about this necessary benefit.
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