The Horizons of Excellence awards, presented for the first time at this year’s event in Austin, honors those who have raised the bar in our field; organizations from diverse industries with truly forward-thinking approaches to cultivating success through positive business cultures.
We’re ecstatic to report that our teammates to the west just scored in Denver – landing (again!) on the Denver Post’s list of the Top Workplaces for 2017.
I am so excited to have landed in a company that’s so committed to all of its employees. People truly bring their whole selves to work here. Not every company is like that. And it made me take stock of the clients we have and the HR practices I really believe in.
What’s the value of a great culture? What’s the key to excellence in the workforce? All this week, we’ll be asking (and more importantly…answering!) those questions in Austin as Bright Horizons gathers HR leaders for its annual, Solutions at Work LIVE.
The Fortune List of “Best Companies to Work For” is out. And we get to share the honor of being named with a whole lot of organizations we’re lucky enough to call clients.
At Bright Horizons, we’re big believers in family…and in saying thank you. So Thanksgiving is a pretty big deal around here. And this year, we’ve got some big things to be thankful for.
Bright Horizons has been named #1 on the Boston Globe “Top Places to Work list:” the fourth time in six years we’ve ranked at the top.
With the addition of more than 100 centers to our family since September — including the acquisition of Asquith Day Nurseries & Pre-Schools in the U.K. — Bright Horizons has crossed a new threshold; we’ve got more than 1000 centers around the world.
Why are a growing number of the country’s biggest-name companies putting child care at their offices? Two words: retention and morale. Prominent business leaders weighed in with the Wall Street Journal on why they offer child care and the value it brings.
Jarad’s story captivated us all recently as we learned he had been called up by the Army again. Earlier this month, he temporarily left his job as a Bright Horizons construction manager to go back to his other job as a Staff Sergeant and construction project manager in the Army Reserves. He leaves us for a year to deploy with his unit to Kuwait.