Virtual Workshop – Building Financial Security for the Future Workforce

Felicia MontoyaEvents, Workshops

FFNM Past Virtual Workshop: Building Financial Security for the Future Workforce Building Financial Security for the Future Workforce Many workers are struggling to make ends meet and the idea of setting financial goals are simply that; ideas that seem out of reach. If you’re wondering how to ease the burden of the rising cost of living on your workforce, this workshop is for you. When money works for your employees it strengthens the communities they live in and their employers business. This workshop will curate research, practice and resources on family friendly policies that can be implemented and why. 78% … Read More

Supporting Maternal and Child Health

Angelica ArchuletaBlog

Today we welcome Monica Esparza, the Executive Director at New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force, a Silver level NM Family Friendly Business Award® recipient and valued partner and resource to the business community in our state. We continue the important conversation around Employer Supported Maternal and Child Health! Why it Matters Workplace health and wellness is increasingly generating more interest and support with every passing year. It is not surprising that employers are seeing the value in ensuring that employees stay healthy and productive while also lowering healthcare costs. As more and more women enter the workforce, maternal and infant care … Read More

Virtual Workshop – Centering Equity in HR Using Family Friendly Policies

Felicia MontoyaEvents, Resources, Workshops

FFNM Past Virtual Workshop: Centering Equity in HR Using Family Friendly Policies Workshop Resources Learn more about workshop: Centering Equity in HR Using Family Friendly Policies HR professionals and individuals that wear many hats within their organization, manage many different functions on paper. But one (sometimes overlooked) function of HR is that of operationalizing what the company truly values. Centering equity in our work requires a personal commitment to justice in our everyday lives. That means acknowledging racist and sexist practices within our organizations and ourselves and actively working toward creating new equitable systems. This workshop aims to create a … Read More

Employers as Allies

Felicia MontoyaBlog

Guest Blog written by: Dr. Erica Barreiro, Chief Learning & Diversity Officer at Nusenda Credit Union Many workplaces are taking steps towards becoming more inclusive and equitable as we strive to respond to diverse teams and inclusive work environments, but how is this accomplished? What does it mean to truly be an ally? Here at Nusenda Credit Union, we work to inspire our more than 700 employees to be open to different ideas and cultures, starting with listening to one another and treating people fairly, being inclusive, and valuing other perspectives. We strive to create an inclusive and equitable workplace … Read More

Honoring Black History Month

Julianna SilvaBlog

honoring black history month

At Family Friendly New Mexico, we’ve been asking ourselves some big questions as we deepen our commitment to anti-racism. In honor of Black History Month, our team took some time to share how are each showing up in that work. We are sharing this with our community to offer our own reflections on what it means to stay committed. We know that it calls for transparency and vulnerability in sharing that we don’t have all the answers and that we remain committed to continue listening, learning and working toward common goals. Read below for personal reflections from our team: Felicia … Read More

Our Commitment to Antiracism

Angelica ArchuletaBlog

commitment to antiracism

Family Friendly New Mexico is committed to racial justice. We are committed to listening and learning, doing the hard work, having the hard conversations and providing resources so that our business leaders can do the same in their own organizations. In the last weeks and months the world as a collective has been forced to critically examine many of our external and internal structures and here at Family Friendly New Mexico (FFNM) we are doing the same. Our work provides resources to employers to further their efforts to create a supportive workplace that helps their employees and their families to … Read More