Bradbard Poverty Q4

Published by Paola Avendano on

Offering living-wage compensation packages and benefits including child care, health care, and retirement savings are important tools that employers can provide to allow employees to compensate for high cost of living in SoCal. Employers can also partner with local nonprofits and government to help support, expand, and connect their employees with social supports that allow them to retain employment while meeting family needs. To address community poverty, employers can contribute financially and empower employees to volunteer their time to help local nonprofits dedicated to improving the lives of low-income children and families.