Offering child care pays off in talent development and retention

Margaret M. Teller learned early on that a child care benefit affects the workplace when her father, Dave McDonald, founded The Children’s Workshop in 1990. The company now has 19 schools and has grown revenue 30 percent since she took over in 2014. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Margaret M. Teller learned early on that a child care benefit affects the workplace when her father, Dave McDonald, founded The Children’s Workshop in 1990. The company now has 19 schools and has grown revenue 30 percent since she took over in 2014. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Margaret M. Teller | The Children’s Workshop Inc. president and CEO How well is your company competing for top talent in an economy that recently hit 3.8 percent unemployment? One way to stand out is to offer child care benefits. As many working parents know all too well, full-time child care can cost upward of…
To read the full story, Subscribe or
Subscribe to PBN
- Advertisement -