Employee daycare issues cost companies billions. So it’s a myth that child care is a personal problem. Here are five other myths about corporate child care.
Bright Horizons CEO Stephen Kramer appeared on Bloomberg Radio to talk about how employee education benefits are an investment in your people.
Props to our education team for an ace virtual education fair — and for providing the secret ingredient that helps people go back to school!
Our new back-up care app is the latest add to a program that already saves companies hundreds of thousands of workdays every year.
Retaining working parents is an important job. And as they say, it takes a village. So we are positively thrilled to announce our new strategic partnership with Life Meets Work, a Talking Talent Company.
Thanks to our friends at Skidmore, Owings, and Merill (SOM), the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center (VWFRC) — a place that provides critical services to Washington D.C.-area families who are or are about to become homeless — is now home to a Bright Space that’s SOMething else.
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.
“Are you the company that provides daycare?” At Bright Horizons we get asked that question all the time. And the answer is always the same. Nope.
“What will the boss say?” That’s a top question on employees’ minds when they’re planning for a family. And about 70% say it’s actually affected the timing of that first little bundle.It’s just one of the surprising findings from a recently released survey of new and expectant working parents: employers play an unexpectedly prominent role in family planning.
Last year’s Modern Family Index told us that, to working parents, family meant fired. This year, they told us they’re burned out, feeling less creative, less energized about their jobs…and likely to quit.