Below is a brief list of essential background documents for employers seeking to implement better reproductive health care coverage policies in the post-Roe era.
From Rhia Ventures
- The Costs of Reproductive Health Restrictions, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, 2021
- State Abortion Bans Could Harm Nearly 15 Million Women of Color, National Partnership for Women & Families, July 2022
- How “Top Talent” Views Politics and Social Issues in the Workplace, Perry Undem, October 2021
- State Social Policies: Impact on Talent Mobility and Expectations for Businesses Across America, Morning Consult, March 2022
- Employers: Checklist for a Post-Roe Workplace, Epstein Becker Green
- SCOTUS Overrules Roe v. Wade: Part I: Potentially Wide-Ranging Impact on Companies Navigating Employee Benefits, Privacy Protections, and Law Enforcement Demands, Jenner & Block, June 27, 2022
- SCOTUS Overrules Roe v. Wade: Part II: Outlining the Threat to Reproductive Rights Across the United States, Jenner & Block, June 27, 2022
- Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health: Implications for Employers and Employer Plan Sponsors, Morgan Lewis, June 24, 2022
investor and corporate audiences on the economy-wide and firm-level benefits of improving access to affordable reproductive and maternal health care.
Give visibility and voice
to investors who support choice, contraception and maternal and reproductive health.
for companies to provide first-rate reproductive health insurance coverage that covers all forms of contraception as well as elective abortion; generous parental and family leave policies; fertility benefits; support for child care; and protection against pregnancy discrimination.
companies to support public policies that uphold these rights, values, and priorities.
companies to ensure that their political spending and lobbying activities do not undermine these values and priorities.