Three months of paid leave, maid service and a year of free diapers.
Those are among the parental perks the Midtown software firm SalesLoft is using to lure top talent through its doors — and keep them there.
SalesLoft is an outlier among companies in Georgia, which has long ranked among the bottom of states requiring paid leave benefits.
But that’s beginning to change amid record-low unemployment as businesses court workers, particularly in highly paid, white-collar fields such as tech and consulting…
“Our birthrates are the lowest ever,” the Pennsylvania Republican said at a Georgia Center for Opportunity event at Georgia Tech earlier this month. Moderate and lower-income workers, he added, “are having the hardest time figuring out how they’re going to raise a family.”