BONUS 221: Fertility Benefits at Work: League

August 23, 2019

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Today’s bonus episode guest is Kim Tabac, chief people officer at League.

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As part of our series highlighting great places to work for employees battling infertility, Kim and Heather discuss the fertility benefits at League, how to score a job there, and more:

  • I’d like to start by hearing a little bit about you. Tell us about your academic background and your career prior to working at League.
  • What is League, and what do you do at the company?
  • What benefits matter most to today’s employees, especially women?
  • Will this change over the next few years? If so, how?
  • What benefits policies are working best?
  • How do benefits spur diversity and inclusion?
  • I understand League recently started offering fertility benefits. Tell me about them.
  • Why did League decide to start offering fertility benefits?
  • Without sharing any names, of course, do you have any stories of employees who took advantage of these benefits and how it impacted their lives?
  • What is the workplace culture like at League, and what efforts are made to continue to cultivate it?
  • What is the diversity profile like at League, and what efforts are made to continue to diversify?
  • What else should women know about working at League?
  • What’s it like to work under the leadership of Michael Serbinis?
  • Tell me about the positions you hire most frequently and where these openings are most often located.
  • What sets a candidate apart when you’re reviewing applications at League? Do you have any tips for listeners?
  • What’s it like to interview at League? Do you have any tips for listeners?
  • What is your favorite part about working at League, and why?
  • What is your least favorite part about working at League, and why?
  • If a listener wants to learn more about working at League and the positions you currently have available, where should they go?
  • Is there anything else you’d like to add?
  • What words of hope would you offer to listeners who are looking to find a workplace that values them professionally and personally?

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