Last year, a study out of the University of Georgia said that saying “thank you” was the key to happy marriages. Turns out, the same might be said for happy workplaces.
Bright Horizons is honored that Fortune Magazine just named us to its 2016 list of Best Workplaces for Women.
No matter what the job, there’s a lot to be said for letting the experts do what they do best. In our work at EdAssist, I hear people say often that they thought running an education assistance program would mean a rubber stamp and a checkbook. Then they tried it out.
Millennials aren’t all the same – especially in the workplace. Learn about four common Millennial stereotypes that aren’t representative of the generation.
Choosing benefits today puts HR in prickly position; top hires are weighing company’s benefits against what they could get from a competitor; leadership wants ROI. There’s too much at stake for HR to just make a guess. So how are today’s trailblazers creating their programs? Like the answer to the old joke about porcupines: very carefully.
Our education and development department has begun offering new resources to teachers to help them discuss challenging topics with children. But what about our employees? How can we help our leaders to create safe spaces for this kind of big talk?
For working parents, as back-to-school nears, flexibility at work is essential. Learn how to help your employees keep up with their many responsibilities.
Employee wellbeing sounds great for them – your employees. But if you decide to implement benefits that support it, what’s in it for you?
As the big yellow bus makes off with both the lazy days of summer and our progeny (not to mention the days of pleading with friends for playdates while we work), we nod to a few news items in education news that are getting the new school year off to an energetic start.
Flexible work hours allow employees to balance their time, freeing them up to focus on work while at work and other responsibilities outside the office.