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Emlen Arthur, Koren Paul E., 1984
Reports & Papers
A study of the relationship between employee's child care needs and their work, focusing on the types of child care arrangements employees use, why they choose the care they do, the level of difficulty in finding care, employees' levels of…
Bright Horizons Family Solutions, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An examination of the differences in employee retention, high performer retention, advancement of women, and investment savings between industries and businesses that have employer-sponsored child care and those that do not
Zero to Five, University of Montana. Center for Children, Families, and Workforce Development, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Background: The financial burden of and access to quality child care in Montana limits the positive performance and workforce participation of employees. The state median cost of both center- and home-based child care exceeds 10% of household income…