Insights from our thought leaders at Bright Horizons.
My Office "Crush" on the EdAssist Advising Team
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 |
By Jen MacLean
I've often wished I had access to EdAssist when I began my experience as an adult learner. A graduate school advising resource like theirs would have saved me so much time, stress, and energy.
Add $2500 to Employees' Wallets Without Sacrificing Your Bottom Line
College Coach |
Monday, November 17, 2014 |
By Shannon Vasconcelos
Your employees will soon be turning their attention to W-2’s, 1040’s, and that all-important tax refund. But did you know that in 2009, 1.5 million taxpayers didn't use the education tax breaks they were eligible for? Read how you as an employer can help employees' financial well-being w...
Can Work and Life Experience Translate into College Credit?
Thursday, November 13, 2014 |
By Cristy McGuinness
It can be intimidating to walk into — or back into — a college classroom as an adult learner. But, they enrich the learning environment for all students. In order to attract these students, some schools now award college credit for work and life experiences. What does this look like?
In Case of Emergency, Call Back-Up Care
Back-Up Child Care |
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 |
By Marc Bernica
It's as dependable as the changing seasons: the kids go back to school and they come home with the cold du jour. Not only is a child's illness worrisome, but it can also create significant challenges at work. It can undo a workday, even if a parent does make it into the office.
Labor Shortages, Education & Tomorrow's Workforce
Learning & Development |
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 |
By Helen Zarba
A decline in unemployment is generally viewed as good news among business leaders. And it is, but even good news comes with caveats. When the labor pool shrinks and the number of positions needed continues to rise, you have the recipe for the reverse of unemployment — a labor shortage.