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Companies have started adding infertility treatment to benefits
Finding an employer that would help cover the cost of fertility treatments was not an easy task a decade ago. Today, more and more companies are helping their staff build families.
According to a CBS News report, AT&T, financial services firm Ally, IBM, Liberty Mutual, Lyft and TD bank are among the many employers offering some type of fertility service coverage. As employers are still working to hire amid the “Great Resignation,” these offerings could help them hold on to talent.
Jessica Swain – director of communications at AT&T – said the company’s egg freezing benefit was part of the reason she has stayed with the company for years.