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Moore Alison, June 30-July 6 2010
Other
Peer Reviewed
An overview of Improving Working Lives, a workplace nurseries initiative to provide service to hospital employees in Great Britain, and a discussion of funding challenges
Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Consulting Practice, 2010
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An examination of the relationship between employees' access to program supports for dependent care and employees' health outcomes, and an inquiry into the influence of employers' support of employees' dependent care on employers' long-term…
Hixson-Somanchi Stephanie LaRae, 2010
Reports & Papers
A study of the decisions, experiences and feelings of working mothers about their use of on-site child care, based on interview transcriptions of 24 participants from four organizations in different industries
Myers Kerisa A., December 2009
Reports & Papers
A survey of campus child care center directors' perceptions of the internal and external roles of their centers, as well as their roles in relationship to their affiliated institutions from an online survey of 191 campus child care directors at two…
Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Consulting Practice, 2009
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Highlights from an examination of the effect of employer-sponsored emergency child care arrangements on the recruitment, retention, productivity and attendance of employees, including information on employees' concerns regarding emergency care for…
Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Consulting Practice, 2008
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Highlights from an examination of the effect of employer-sponsored child care arrangements on the recruitment, retention, productivity and attendance of employees, based on an analysis of data on over 100,000 employees in 10 years
Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Consulting Practice, 2008
Reports & Papers
An examination of the effect of employer-sponsored child care arrangements on the recruitment, retention, productivity and attendance of employees, based on data from 3,234 employees using full-service child care centers and 839 employees using…
Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Consulting Practice, 2008
Executive Summary
A summary of an examination of the effect of employer-sponsored child care arrangements on the recruitment, retention, productivity and attendance of employees, based on data from 3,234 employees using full-service child care centers and 839…
Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Consulting Practice, 2008
Reports & Papers
An examination of the influence of employer-sponsored emergency child care arrangements on the recruitment, retention, productivity and attendance of employees
Bright Horizons Family Solutions. Consulting Practice, 2008
Executive Summary
A summary of an examination of the influence of employer-sponsored emergency child care arrangements on the recruitment, retention, productivity and attendance of employees
Banach Vicky, April, 2006
Executive Summary
A summary of an analysis of corporate investment in after school programs for children of employees, based on interviews with representatives from eight companies and four advocacy organizations
Jaffe Kenneth, 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
An overview of the efforts of countries worldwide to encourage employers to provide child care arrangement for employees, using examples from Brazil, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, the United States, and the Netherlands
Heymann Jody, Earle Alison, Egleston Brian, 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of employed parents, especially mothers? staggeringly increased entry and reentry into the workforce over the past decades, and their availability to care for their sick children, for instance the availability of paid leave, with results…
Johnson Arlene, 1995
Other
Peer Reviewed
Highlights of the cost benefits of employer-supported child care services
Gonchar Nancy, 1995
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the effect of on-campus child care arrangements on the educational experiences of 75 student mothers attending an inner-city commuter college in New York