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Linda Mason Honored for Achievement in Entrepreneurship at the Boston Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Awards

Chairman and Founder of Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Linda Mason was honored by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce as the recipient of the 2017 Pinnacle Award for outstanding achievement in entrepreneurship. The Pinnacle Awards honor business and professional women in Massachusetts who have demonstrated excellence in entrepreneurship, management, and lifetime achievement.

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Bright Horizons Earns Top Marks in 2017 Corporate Equality Index

Bright Horizons Family Solutions® has received a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2017 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.

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Bright Horizons Named #1 on the Boston Globe’s Top Places to Work List

Bright Horizons Family Solutions (NYSE: BFAM) has been named number one on the Boston Globe’s annual list of “Top Places to Work” in Massachusetts. This marks the fourth time in six years that Bright Horizons has taken the first place spot on the list, underscoring the strong culture that Bright Horizons employees have built and have been committed to since the company’s founding thirty years ago.

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When’s the Best Time to Start a Family? New Study Says: Ask the Boss!

A new study released today shows that nearly 70 percent of expectant women and new parents say their employer tops the list of considerations when deciding to start a family. The third annual report in the Modern Family Index (MFI) series, commissioned by Bright Horizons Family Solutions® (NYSE:BFAM), further examines the crossroads new moms and dads continue to face as they take on the dual role of new parent and committed employee.

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Bright Horizons Named One of the 2016 Best Workplaces for Women by Great Place to Work® and Fortune

Bright Horizons Family Solutions is proud to have been named one of Fortune Magazine’s 2016 Best Workplaces for Women, an honor granted based on employees’ assessments of communications with management, options for development and training, support for work/life balance, and female representation within leadership roles and the company overall.

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Bright Horizons Hosts Webinar on Quality Early Education

Bright Horizons' recently hosted webinar, "Quality Early Education: Choosing What’s Best for Your Child,” demonstrated to more than 1,600 people how to effectively evaluate an early education program for their child using NAEYC standards.

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Bright Horizons Senior Adviser Featured in Boston Globe Providing Advice on Family Travel

Read Boston Globe reporter Jaci Conry's recent interview of Linda Whitehead, PH.D. and Senior Adviser for Education and Development at Bright Horizons, for tips on how to make traveling with the family less stressful.

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Musical At-Home Learning Activities Announced for Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora®

Bright Horizons Family Solutions® released three new musical learning activities that can be used while listening to Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora®. The Bright Horizons Education and Development Department developed the new musical activities to help ignite all areas of child development including intellectual, social and emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy.

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Early Childhood Teachers Receive Prestigious Industry Award

Fourteen teachers at Bright Horizons Family Solutions®, throughout the United States were named winners of the Janice Hill Memorial Award.  Each year, the Janice Hill Memorial Award recognizes teachers from among the more than 27,000 who work at Bright Horizons® child care and early education centers across the U.S., Europe, and Canada.

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What Makes a Dream Company? Andrea Wicks Bowles Discusses New Research with WorldatWork

As the workplace landscape shifts and company leaders are increasingly faced with challenges surrounding people management, Andrea Wicks Bowles explains the importance of creating a "Dream Company," and what that might mean for employers as well as employees.

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