Recognizing GovCIO’s Working Parents

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Whether juggling childcare, school pick-up or drop-off schedules, attending parent-teacher meetings, helping with homework, or cheering at sporting events — working parents pretty much do it all.

In recognition of their commitment, sacrifice, and tireless efforts, GovCIO is celebrating National Working Parents Day. Celebrated on September 16th each year, National Working Parents Day acknowledges all the inspiring working parents who balance work commitments with being the best parents possible for the well-being of their families.

Thank you to all of the working parents here at GovCIO for everything that you do.


Hear From Some of GovCIO's Working Parents

Vamshi Boga, Business Intelligence Project Manager, describes his experiences as a working dad and the impact that fatherhood has had on his life – and career.

HTMS Marketing Communications Manager, Neda Farid — mom to Olivia and dog-mom to Charlie — shows us her daily routine as a working mom in South Florida and how she effectively balances her professional and personal lives.

Working Parents

Understanding the Challenges Working Parents Face

To create a corporate culture more supportive of working parents it is imperative to first understand the challenges they can encounter in the workplace. A study on working parents published in the International Journal of Human Resource Studies underscored five main areas of concern:

  • Work-life conflict
  • Stereotyping
  • Exhaustion
  • Changing work schedules, and
  • Career growth opportunities
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"Working parents really do it all. They are never really "off the clock" and here at GovCIO we want to ensure that they are fully supported and can maintain the best work-life balance possible."

Nichole Gatto Hahn
Chief Human Resources Officer

How GovCIO Supports Working Parents

We know working parents perform best when they’re happy and have a healthy work-life balance. At GovCIO we’re committed to the financial, physical, mental, and emotional wellness of all employees – including those with families. Our workplace culture, remote-friendly positions and benefits package reflects the changing needs of our diverse workforce; it’s designed to support our team (and their families) as they grow.

Competitive Compensation

Health Insurance


Retirement Plans

Paid Time-Off

Life & Disability Insurance

Employee Assistance Program

Pet Discounts

Learn More About GovCIO's Workplace Culture