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Connelly Rachel, DeGraff Deborah S., Willis Rachel, 2002
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of U.S. employee survey data from three firms in the same industry of the child care strategies of working parents, including primary, secondary and Saturday care, and how such strategies are affected by the availability of employer-…
Smith-Fitzpatrick Christina, Campbell Nancy D., 2002
Reports & Papers
A study of the implications of state tax credits for employers that provide some form of child care assistance to their employees
Sprang Ginny, Secret Mary, Bradford Judith, 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study and discussion of the impact of employer-based infant-care programs on mothers, infants and the workplace
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
United States. Department of Labor, 1998
Reports & Papers
A study of forty employers that have instituted child care programs for their employees over the past few years, highlighting best practices that address the needs of working parents
United States. Department of the Treasury, 1998
Other
A discussion of private sector businesses? best practices in promoting accessible, affordable, and high quality child care for their employees
Rothausen Teresa J., Gonzalez Jorge A., Clarke Nicole, O'Dell Lisa L., 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of worker attitudes and behaviors related to the use of employer-based on-site child care
Oekerman Rebecca, 1997
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of previous research on the benefits of employer-sponsored child care for families and employers, and suggestions for future research on how corporate child care affects children
Wallin Helena K., 1997
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the important role of the business sector in providing support to families with children in need of child care in the District of Columbia
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…
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
Johnson Arlene, 1995
Other
Peer Reviewed
Highlights of the cost benefits of employer-supported child care services
Raber Marie J., 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the influence of employee sponsored child care service on women?s stress level and job satisfaction
Johnson Lorri A., 1991
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the benefits of employer-supported child care, examining data from a survey of hospital employees' perceptions of its role in improving hospital productivity, morale, satisfaction, attendance and recruitment ease