Family First allows employers to offer employees customized child care benefits

FAMILY FIRST: Pictured with his wife and five children is Chris Whitten, second from right, broker and owner of Premeer Real Estate in Johnston, which was the first corporation to sign on to The Children’s Workshop’s Family First program. The latter offers businesses the ability to craft customized child care benefits for their employees.  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
FAMILY FIRST: Pictured with his wife and five children is Chris Whitten, second from right, broker and owner of Premeer Real Estate in Johnston, which was the first corporation to sign on to The Children’s Workshop’s Family First program. The latter offers businesses the ability to craft customized child care benefits for their employees. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
A working father of five – with children ranging from 4 months to 13 years – Chris Whitten knows the importance of quality child care. For more than a decade, he has relied on Cumberland-based The Children’s Workshop to look after his brood while pursuing a career as broker and owner of 6-year-old, Johnston-based Premeer…
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