Insights from our thought leaders at Bright Horizons.
How organisations can support women returners
London: the home of Big Ben and Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery, and two major central business districts. Amongst the vibrant city backdrop, London is also home from home for a growing number of children who are coming into the city for a day of play and learning at nursery.
5 Tips to becoming a Dream Company
It’s a fact: recruiting talented people is undoubtedly getting tougher out there for employers. But, there are some organisations who have a competitive advantage – specifically those that are high up on the Dream Company scale – and employees are now looking for them instead.
Implementing a Back-Up Care programme: 10 things you should know
Thinking about a back-up care programme? Nina Pitcairn, Business Development Manager at Bright Horizons, shares key information about what makes a great programme.
Supporting the Creation of a Northern Powerhouse
The ‘Northern Powerhouse’ is a phrase that we are increasingly hearing in business discussions. But what does this actually mean, and how do we play a part in this?
Bright Horizons joins World Bank Group childcare forum
On 12 October, experts from the private and public sector gathered at the World Bank HQ in DC to discuss the increasingly important topic of childcare around the world.