“While some employees may welcome the return, for others it could cause more anxiety.”
An estimated £366 million in lost productivity.
Yoga came in at a close second.
One crucial barrier to single parents is the lack of flexible working.
The just-launched Benchmark report by Bright Horizons / My Family Care in partnership with HRreview provides employers with headlines on current policies.
Research claims that one in 12 parents are suffering burnout. Burnout is more commonly associated with work—but the stigma around the difficulty of raising children is lifting. Nicola Jagielski provides advice on how employers can help.
To mark Parental Pay Day, new research from LinkedIn finds that a third of UK professionals believe their employer does not do enough to support new parents.
Bright Horizons, a global provider of child care, early education and employer solutions, announced its acquisition of My Family Care in the UK.
This week, Tax-Free Childcare opens to all remaining eligible families: parents whose youngest child is under 12. The new scheme helps working parents with the cost of childcare.
Prezi’s Emoke Starr benefits from their bring-your-children-to-work policy.
British parents now pay an eye-watering average of £116 per week for a part time nursery place- or over £6,000 every year, according to new research by the Family and Childcare Trust.
Childcare Vouchers come second only to pensions when asking what employee benefits the UK’s workforce wants from employers
The CIPD has called for a step change from UK Government and employers as research finds that support for working parents still isn’t hitting the mark.
A new report published by the Family and Childcare Trust, alongside Parental Choice, has revealed for the first time that the high cost of childcare is preventing millions of parents from working, with industries who rely on shift work being particularly hit. Currently, over 4.4 million parents (34 percent of all parents with dependent children)…
David Cameron has brought forward plans for his election promise of double the amount of free childcare for working parents with children that are three and four years old.