Avoiding the College Admissions Domino Effect
College Coach |
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 |
By Beth Heaton
What happens when a former college admissions officer helps her stepson apply to college? She learns firsthand in how a child's college pursuit can distract parents, and how educational guidance can help.
Working Parents and Child Care: C'mon, There Has to Be a Solution!
Horizons Workforce Consulting |
Monday, April 27, 2015 |
By Kim Callaway
The challenges of finding appropriate child care — the "trilemma" for working parents — are becoming increasingly stressful. Rather than distracted parents and frustrated coworkers, consider an employer-sponsored child care solution.
Creating Positive Work Culture: Bright Horizons CEO and CHRO Give Great Place to Work Keynote
Solutions at Work Blog |
Thursday, April 23, 2015 |
By Lisa Oppenheimer
Positive work cultures don’t happen by accident. But you can’t decree them either. As Bright Horizons CEO Dave Lissy and CHRO Dan Henry told the Great Place to Work audience, the secret is a “People-Focused Partnership Driving Sustained Success.”
To Ensure Top Child Care, Start With Great Teachers
Education Team |
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 |
By Susan Brenner
From its earliest days, Bright Horizons has had a robust child care curriculum. Knowing its curriculum would be only as good as the teachers providing it, Bright Horizons blazed a trail in effective approaches to teacher training — and it's had positive effects on retention and culture.
Insights from AONE: Hot Topics in Healthcare
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 |
By Guest Blogger Tara Hennessy
Last week marked the annual meeting of the American Organization of Nursing Executives conference. Insights from the conference included current challenges for nurses and hospitals, and how employers can help.