Parents At Work have partnered with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) to produce this comprehensive guide about the financial wellbeing of single parents.
The guide contains a number of resources and know how on where to go for expert help when it comes to financial support as well as a general wellbeing needs section from Parents At Work tailored to single parents.
“With the number of one-parent families expected to soar by up to 500,000 in the next 20 years, single parents are now the fastest growing family-type in Australia. It is important that we recognise that while all working parents face challenges, single parents can face added pressures, particularly when it comes to their finances. These challenges can include meeting general living costs, budgeting, rising childcare costs, servicing debt – all of which impact the ability to plan for future financial wellbeing.”
Emma Walsh, CEO of Parents At Work share the purpose of the initiative.
Download your copy of the Financial Wellbeing Guide for Single Parent Families here.
Parents At Work offer a number of services to support organisations – including CBA – with Working Parent programs that can include consulting on family friendly policy development, parental leave transition prgrams, coaching and courses to support with Career, Family and Wellbeing and much more. Find out more here.