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Our blog features the latest news, trends, and challenges facing HR pros. We provide real solutions that meaningfully support employees, advance careers, and drive the world’s leading brands.
This week, we asked Bright Horizons employees to come to talk about race in America. Nearly 500 joined. Here’s what happened and why it mattered so much.
Diversity & Inclusion |
We Can’t Afford to Be Bystanders
Parents in healthcare have been using child care throughout the shutdown. Here’s why they felt great about the experience.
Healthcare Professionals, Early Education and Preschool |
Child Care After Reopening: Healthcare Parents Weigh In
Boston Children’s Hospital’s Dr. Kristin Moffitt is advising Bright Horizons on COVID-19 center safety protocols.
Early Education and Preschool, Family Benefits |
Bright Horizons Looks to Renowned Infectious Disease Expert for COVID-19 Center Safety Protocols
Factory workers with children can’t get to work without child care. In the current era, it’s costing the industry significantly in absenteeism.
Early Education and Preschool |
How Child Care Shortages Are Putting Manufacturing on the Line
Inclusion is not patting ourselves on the back for accepting people who remind us of us; it’s welcoming and engaging people who are nothing like us.
We Need To Talk About What It Means To Be Inclusive
Women’s careers have been devastated by the pandemic. Waiting and seeing if they’ll come back is not an option.
Women in the Workforce |
What Will Happen To Women’s Careers? We Can’t Afford To Wait and See
For decades, no one really asked whether they should break the bank for college. But they’re asking now. It’s an opportunity to change the financial futures of multiple generations.
Education and College Advising |
How to Change the Financial Futures of Two (or More) Generations
Ask a Manager’s Alison Green asked working parents how employers are helping. The answers warmed our hearts.
Back-Up Care, Client Success Stories |
“Ask a Manager”: What Employers Are Getting Right About Supporting Working Parents
Summer was a challenge for working parents. And the arrival of fall promises more of the same. Here’s how employers are stepping up.
No Back To School? How Creative Employers Are Filling in the Care Gaps
Headline after headline warns that the absence of child care will cost the whole economy. Here's why.
Early Education and Preschool, Work-Life Balance |
Why Is Child Care So Important? Because Here’s What We Stand To Lose Without It
Today’s benefits platforms are known for high tech. But to really know how they’re working, sometimes you have to go old school.
Employee Engagement |
6 Low-Tech Things To Do Before This Year’s Open Enrollment
The child care shortage is dominating HR conversations, and for good reason since working parents are critical to economic recovery.
Family Benefits, Work-Life Balance |
For Working Parents – and Their Employers – No Child Care Presents Hard Realities
This year, with no school, no sitters, and no enrichments — the secret’s officially out: grade-schoolers need child care, too.
Family Benefits, Additional Family Supports |
Saving Working Parents: Washington Post Talks the New Trend in Benefits – Care for Grade-Schoolers
Tens of millions of parents are trying to work without help for their kids. It’s moved child care up the list of essentials.
Will 2020 Be the Year Child Care Finally Moves To the Forefront?
Healthcare needs nurses. Finding them isn’t always easy. DaVita Kidney Care is taking a proactive approach – growing them in-house.
Client Success Stories, Healthcare Professionals, EdAssist |
How to Make Sure You Have Enough Nurses? DaVita Tackles It With Three Steps
Experts agrees that working parents are the key to economic recovery. And while many are pinning their hopes on school reopening, there’s a bigger problem lurking.
Family Benefits |
Supporting Working Parents: Why School Is Only Part of the Answer
Parents without school or child care are losing hours of worktime every week. Here’s how we helped one employer fix that – in a hurry.
Saving Productivity: Child Care Goes from Idea to Open in Three Weeks
Economists have made it clear that child care is essential to economic recovery. But centers will have to be efficient and sustainable to do the job.
We Need to Do More Than Create Child Care – We Need to Make Sure It’s Sustainable