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RESEARCHED PROPOSAL TO Providing an Employer-Sponsored childcare Facility Submitted to Mr. Jerry Gladstone Vice president Prepared by Silviya Yovcheva Manager Human Recourses Date May 10, 2010
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May 10, 2010 Mr. Jerry Gladstone, Vice President 3900 N.W. Broward Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL.33301 Dear Mr. Gladstone: Now more than ever, we are challenging employees to bring their very best to work. And, now more than ever, it’s important to energize, motivate, and engage the people who will sustain your organization through these challenging times. By providing programs that allow employees to care for their families, you can position your organization as an employer of choice, as well as generate a powerful return on investment. By driving down turnover, reducing absenteeism, and increasing productivity on the job, employers find that their dependent care and work/life programs are not only an investment in their employees, but also an investment in their future business success. Studies have shown that there can be major benefits for employers who invest in child care. Productivity is increased through reduced employee turnover and absenteeism, the ability to recruit skilled employees and improved employee morale, motivation and efficiency. In addition employee availability can be increased and work related stress reduced. Problems with child care arrangements affect productivity and job effectiveness for both men and women. The cost and the lack of availability of suitable child care are the main reasons why women with young children find it hard to return to work. With more women in the workforce than ever before, both parents are affected by the shortage of appropriate and affordable child care. It is worth noting that good communication policies and work environment correlate to reduced work family stress. It is not just policies but the environment in which they are implemented that makes the biggest difference to employees. In summary, the benefits to an agency of sponsoring child care are:
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2011 for the course MBA GB512 taught by Professor Sparks during the Fall '10 term at Kaplan University.

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