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The Lasting Impact of Employer-Sponsored Dependent Care Supports

Topic:
The Lasting Impact of Employer-Sponsored Dependent Care Supports
Date:
August 9, 2013 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Andrea Wicks Bowles, General HR(Bright Horizons Family Solutions)
Kim Callaway, Horizons Workforce Consulting(Bright Horizons Family Solutions)
Michelle Kang, Vice President Client Relations(Bright Horizons Family Solutions)
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Description
Many employers reduced their workforces to remain viable during the recession. As a result, they required higher productivity and improved performance of their employees. Now employers need to retain their key contributors who possess important intellectual capital while attracting new talent to the organization to remain competitive as the job market provides more opportunities. Horizons Workforce Consulting, a division of Bright Horizons, in collaboration with Dr. Russell Matthews, Assistant Professor at Bowling Green State University, completed a research study in 2013 to demonstrate the impact on these critical business outcomes when employers provide child and elder care supports to their employees. The web-based survey resulted in over 5,000 respondents who had utilized employer-sponsored back-up care in the previous six months and over 3,000 respondents who are currently enrolled in an employer-sponsored child care center.

Data will be shared regarding the impact of child and elder care supports on recruitment, retention, productivity, engagement, return to work after family leave, reduced stress levels and overall employee well-being. Case studies will also be shared to provide real-life examples of how organizations implemented dependent care supports, to demonstrate how the offerings are aligned with strategic organizational goals and to illustrate satisfaction levels of that were realized among program users.

Finally, we will discuss a road map of how organizations to begin to explore developing child and/or elder care supports for their employees and how to create a business case that will be compelling for senior level decision-makers. Following this road map will result in a data-driven due diligence process that will clearly demonstrate whether the need exists for dependent care supports among your workforce.
Who Should Participate
Any HR Professional
What You Will Learn
Please join us as members will be walking away with the following:
  • The impact of employer-sponsored dependent care supports on critical business outcomes
  • The experience of employers who implemented dependent care supports
  • How organizations can begin to explore whether dependent care supports will benefit their organization
Recommended Resources
We will provide a link to both briefs and full reports on the impact of full-service as well as back-up dependent care supports.
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Bright Horizons offers a family of solutions that address your employees’ most significant work/life challenges – caring for children and adults/elders, managing back-up care arrangements.......
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