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Top Miami Law Firms: Leverage your Employer Solutions- Meet the Needs of your Employees
It is well established that top law firms take pride in the talent of its people, the depth of their expertise, and the teamwork employed in responding to their clients’ needs.
By: Grace Ayure
The Elite Value Proposition:
Increasingly, companies recognize that offering backup childcare is a win-win proposition.
What do employers gain from offering child care programs?
• Reduced turnover
• Improved performance
• Positive morale
• Decreased absenteeism
• More flexible scheduling
• A recruitment tool
• Employee advancement opportunity
• Improved public image
• Positive return on investment
• Positive impact on bottom line
According to the Families and Work Institute study, in a three-month period, 29% of employed parents experienced some type of family care breakdown (school holidays or closures, sick children, unreliable caregivers and more), which resulted in absenteeism, tardiness, or reduced concentration at work. HR Magazine estimates that American businesses lose $68 billion annually due to employee absences.
By expanding and meeting the needs of working parents who experience breakdowns in their regular child care arrangements, along with prompting a culture that supports their use; companies experience a significant return on investment.
These organizations benefit from reduced absenteeism, stronger retention, and a workforce that is more engaged in and committed to the success of their organization.
This in turn leads to successfully retain prime leading talent and key employees in an extremely competitive market. By providing the supports that working parents need, the company has experienced a significant return on its investment, including:
• Enhanced recruiting competitiveness
• Reduced absenteeism by assisting and improved productivity and
partners and employees with their back-up child care issues
• Strengthened company culture by providing quality care for the children
of its partners and employees
To find out more about ENOC Back-Up Child Care Program please contact Thalya Olmos at (305) 771-3816 or (954) 319-4441.