When working parents can stay in the workforce, employers and families win–and so does Vermont’s economy.
YOU CAN SUPPORT YOUR EMPLOYEES’ CHILD CARE NEEDS. WE CAN HELP.
Let’s Grow Kids is leading the movement to ensure access to high-quality, affordable child care for every Vermont family who needs it by 2025. Business leaders across Vermont, in diverse industries and sizes, have told us that your ability to thrive depends on your employees’ ability to show up. Yet thousands of Vermont families can’t find or afford child care. When employees don’t have child care, employers struggle to recruit and retain the best workforce. Vermont business leaders understand the value of innovation and investment. Let’s work together to ensure that every family has access to child care so that your businesses grow and our economy can thrive.
ALREADY SUPPORTING YOUR EMPLOYEES’ CHILD CARE NEEDS?
Let us amplify what you do!
We’re developing case studies of businesses across industries, regions and sizes to provide real-life best practices to show your business peers what’s possible. Are you doing one of the following things, a combination, or something else to support your employees’ child care needs?
Want to join our HR Pilot or share what you are already doing? email@example.com
- Family-friendly cultureFlexible schedules
- Child-friendly spaces and back-up child care
- Scholarship and financial support for child care expenses Investment and partnership with child care programs
We’d love to hear more, profile your business for statewide recognition, and engage you as a business champion for child care!
JOIN OUR BUSINESS & CHILD CARE HR PILOT
We’re offering free HR support to help businesses assess and implement family-friendly benefits that meet your employees’ needs and your business’ structure. We believe every business can do something and we’ll walk you through the process to sustainable benefits that help your employees and your business thrive. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.“
Supporting the child care needs of our employees isn’t just good for our employees, it’s good business. We launched a child care scholarship to help our employees afford high-quality programs and will continue to look for unique ways to support our current employees’ child care needs.”
John W. Casella, CEO of Casella & HR Pilot Participant
Join the movement: www.letsgrowkids.org/business