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Childcare Support
Childcare Support
IDS HR Studies 942
Practice Area:  HR Policy & Practice
Product ID:  372925
Published by:  IDS
Publication Date:  18 May 2011
Format:  Paperback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
By demonstrating that they care about how employees balance their work and family commitments, employers are better placed to attract, retain and engage staff. In particular, the availability of childcare support can prove a key determinant for women deciding whether to return to work following maternity leave.
In this HR Study, we examine the different forms of childcare support offered by employers including workplace nurseries, out-of-school care, emergency childcare, childcare vouchers and advisory services. 

This HR Study gives you an invaluable insight into:
  • Workplace and other nursery provision
  • Out-of-school care
  • Emergency childcare
  • Childcare vouchers and allowances
  • Childcare advisory services
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ANALYSIS

Workplace and other nursery provision
  • Workplace nurseries
  • Box: Tax relief for workplace and other nurseries
  • Other nursery arrangements
  • Box: Workplace nurseries at 15 organisations
Out-of-school care
  • Holiday playschemes
  • Box: Flexible working
  • After-school care
  • Box: Holiday playschemes at eight organisations
Emergency childcare
  • Workplace nursery places
  • External providers
  • Subsidising emergency childcare costs
  • Box: Emergency childcare arrangements at four organisations
Childcare vouchers and allowances
  • Employer-paid benefit
  • Voluntary benefit
  • Box: Tax exemptions for childcare vouchers
  • Voucher suppliers
  • Publicising childcare vouchers
  • Box: Employer-paid childcare vouchers or allowances at seven organisations
Advisory services
  • Providing advice services in-house
  • Networks and seminars run by parents
  • Outsourcing advisory services
  • Employee assistance programmes
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