- Bright Horizons CEO Dave Lissy explains how the company culture keeps the organization moving forward no matter the climate.
- “Today, as long as you’re holding steady, you’re succeeding.
In January 2009, The Consulting Practice at Bright Horizons’ launched a study to measure the effect of employer-sponsored child care on working parents in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The group heard from more than 350 parents who utilised an employer-sponsored nursery at 33 organisations throughout England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland.
Bright Horizons’ CEO and Board of Trustees member of Corporate Voices for Working Families David Lissy recently unveiled findings from the Innovative Workplace Flexibility Options for Hourly Workers study at the Corporate Voices For Working Families annual meeting in Washington, D.C.
Time for yourself, time away, time with loved ones, time to follow your dreams. What if your employer supported your time away, provided you the avenue to plan for it, granted temporary leave without questions, and saved your job for your return?
Bright Horizons is committed to supporting our clients in their global child care and work/life efforts. Many of our multinational clients are beginning to focus these efforts on their employees in emerging economies around the world, economies that often provide fast-growing consumer markets and access to less-expensive labor.