“Men certainly aren’t shy about saying what’s on their minds,” writes Bright Horizons CFO Elizabeth Boland on FORTUNE.com, “and we shouldn’t be either. Rather than waiting until you’ve reviewed all of the information to offer up your voice, take a cue from men and throw out your opinion.”
Boston.com profiled our company chief – his history at the company, how he’s helped us become one of Massachusetts’ top places to work, and his hard work keeping up the positive culture we’re so proud of — and provided insight into what makes our company tick.
Last night at the Olympics, swimmer Dana Vollmer scored a bronze medal in the Butterfly. What makes this achievement especially awesome is the fact that Dana is 28 and just 17 months ago, she gave birth to a baby boy.
Today’s workforce is like a giant sponge – everyone, especially Millennials, wants to absorb as much knowledge as possible. That presents a question for employers. Can you use that information – employees’ desire to learn – to your advantage in terms of talent strategies? And if so, how? A well designed tuition assistance program can do far more than develop specific functional skills, says the new EdAssist® report, In Demand: Tuition Assistance. “By creating employee growth opportunities that tightly align with organizational goals, employers can offer the long-term career development employees want, while delivering on the strategic talent goals the organization…
In the interest of family harmony, Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora provides easy access to child-friendly music the whole family will love.
Many employees are expected to hold degrees these days, so some employers are offering education assistance, loan repayment, and tuition reimbursement.
Learn how back-up care helped one employee balance the needs of work and children throughout her career. In short, she says…it’s been a game changer.
What makes a great out-of-office message? In honor of summer vacation season, we offer a look at what some out-of-office messages might look like.
The desire for work/life balance is skyrocketing. Employer-sponsored child care provides working parents the flexibility and support they crave.
The stress of paying for college weighs heavily on parents’ minds – so much so that it’s taking away from their focus at work.