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Tackling childcare: The business case for employer-supported childcare: Executive summary

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This report shows that employer-supported childcare can yield substantial business benefits for employers across national, regulatory, and sector contexts. To substantiate the business case, the report draws on 10 case studies of employers who provide their workers with childcare-related benefits in a variety of ways. The companies are located in different parts of the world--seven are in emerging economies, three are in developed economies--and represent a cross-section of regulatory contexts and industries, some with predominantly female workforces and others in sectors where women are the minority of the workforce. (author abstract)
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