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Working parents seek further support amid more open workplaces



Limited workplace support

Despite easing concerns, the report found limited support in the workplace for working parents, where only less than third said they get help in paying for childcare (29%) and for on-site childcare (24%)

Furthermore, 36% of working parents said the availability of childcare support at work has worsened.

The findings come as the report found that working parents are now more likely to feel “unafraid to put family first.”

It discovered that more than three in four employees (78%) are more comfortable talking about their family-related responsibilities with their employer.  

Stephen Kramer, CEO of Bright Horizons, said the findings indicate the major change that employees have gone through over the last decade.

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