What kind of employee benefits are really attracting and retaining millennials? How can employees and employers combat the burnout challenge? What are working Dads telling us about the increasing need for family-friendly policies?
Watch our video and hear from Bright Horizons Director of Employer Partnerships Denise Priest, and Working Families’ Chief Executive Sarah Jackson, as they explore the results from our latest research and what the findings mean for employers and working families.
Denise Priest, Director of Employer Partnerships, Bright Horizons
Denise is Director of Employer Partnerships and joined Bright Horizons in 1997. In her role, she leads Bright Horizons’ Client Relations, Business Development, Corporate Marketing and Communications functions, with a passion for creative marketing, people management, personal and professional development and employee wellbeing.
Denise is instrumental in developing and enhancing Bright Horizons Family Solutions brand through thought-leading activity and PR and communications, growing the organisation’s portfolio of services and adding value to its clients.
Denise is also Director of Bright Horizons Foundation for Children – a charity committed to making a difference to the lives of families in crisis across the UK and Ireland.
Sarah Jackson OBE, Chief Executive, Working Families
Sarah is the Chief Executive of Working Families and has led work-life balance campaigning and culture change for over twenty years.
Sarah is an acknowledged expert and has worked across the political spectrum to push for positive change including the right to request flexible working, maternity and paternity leave and fathers’ rights at work. She works collaboratively with the third sector, trade unions, employers and business leaders to argue for change. Sarah spearheaded the introduction of the ‘happy to talk flexible working’ strapline to encourage a greater spread of flexible work in job advertising which has recently received the endorsement of the CBI and TUC.
In 2007 Sarah was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to Quality of Life Issues, and she is a Fellow of the RSA.